Quelle: What We Got Wrong In Our 2015 U.K. General Election Model | FiveThirtyEight Nice take down of someone’s own work. If only more people would be so honest.
I went to bed last night living the nightmare of David Cameron and the Conservatives being predicted to win the UK 2015 General Election. Woke up this morning to find that the nightmare will last another five years. I, like many others, thought that the exit polls must have been wrong based on a seemingly… After the nightmare, the bright side. weiterlesen
In case anyone is still wondering how „Applied“ Kinesiologie works, there is a section of this video where they explain it: http://goodthinkingsociety.org/good-thinking-investigates-sosatec-wellbalancer/ Poiler: It’s a trick.
I was just talking to somebody and they told me they were on their way to Japan for two weeks. „Have you ever been to Japan“ they asked? „No“ I replied, „but I have a friend who is a real Japanophile and he even took part of his holiday while there to spend some time… Never judge a book by its cover I always say. weiterlesen
And I’m not talking about a hat for getting out of bed (“Bunk Bed”… geddit?) There has been a lot of research into cognitive biases in the last years and some of the results can be used to avoid provoking those biases into the wrong conclusions and actions. Check out this little, free, booklet. But remember,… Get your debunking hats on… weiterlesen
There are four “Clarke’s Laws” and the third of them is: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Now, I have been watching and reading various pro-and-contra postings about medicine with increasing concerns and I think I Arthur C. Clarke’s law can be updated as follows. Any sufficiently advanced technocracy is indistinguishable from religion.… Arthur C. Clarke’s Third Law revisited. weiterlesen
A nice, and useful, analysis of the state of (dis)knowledge of Microwaves and their relative effects on the nutritional value of foodstuffs. Microwaves and Nutrition « Science-Based Medicine.
This is a line from Ian Rowland’s web site, specifically: via Crassing Over With John Edward « IanRowland.com. Wherein we also learn his „Golden Rules“ of which he says „These should be carved in stone, and that stone should be dropped on the head of anyone who thinks they can successfully campaign against the spread… Scepticism or nailing jelly to the ceiling, which is the greater waste of time? weiterlesen