This video, made by Hank Greene, an influential Youtube blogger, talks about the negative selection bias involving news, using one particular example: the Golden Gate Bridge. When the engineers built the Golden Gate Bridge, it was designed to, obviously, stand up. The fact that it has done so, for decades and decades, is excellent news; keeping an essential piece of the Bay Area's economy open day after day, month after month, year after year. But because hearing this news is also incredibly boring, with the thousands of large, standing bridges in the US, we never hear about it. Therefore, with the sole focus on reporting on negative news, we miss good news that's sitting right in front of our eyes, by virtue of it not being recorded, because good news is the status quo. So next time you see a plane crash killed a few dozen people, consider this. The very second you read that, several tens of thousands of people are in the air, moving at speeds their grandparents ever imagined humans could achieve, and every one of them is going to land safely. Because that's just expected.