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In a time when people outsource decision making to big data, algorithms, and excerpts, it is vital to make a practice of thinking through scenarios. In an excerpt of his new book, Think for Yourself, Vikram Mansharamani argues that novels and films, which construct alternate futures, can support decision making in the face of radical uncertainty.