What do you do when you approach a two lane merge? If you are a Good Person you get in the through-going lane as soon as possible and wait your turn to get through the bottleneck. You are at the same time enraged at the Jerks who rush up the lane you've left open and cut in line at the final merge point. You may even become a little (or a lot) angry and refuse to allow them in, drive in both lanes so they can't get by, etc.
Bottle necks are angering and it turns out that the problem is you, Good Person. The traffic will get through more quickly if both lanes fill up and cars alternate at the final merge point. The very best of humaneness and the very best of factuality directly contradict. It is a spin-off of the classic justice and mercy problem, the most vexing problem to Man and God alike.
This particular vexation is false in the grand sense in that it is created by our cultural lack of ability to create a (social) rule that matches the facts and put up proper signage to match that. However it is true in the personal sense each time a Good Person faces this problem and borders on becoming an Insane (enraged, in this case) person.
When I address Black Swan, my core argument will be that it encourages people to become Insane through a similar conflict, though through a different mode.