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@isomorphisms: I don’t know why people don’t celebrate the increased supply of young lawyers. Lower cost of representation is a huge step toward fairness and justice before the law.

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http://video.ted.com/assets/player/swf/EmbedPlayer.swf Noticed: It’s easier for me to grok statistical significance (p’s and t’s) from a scatterplot than magnitude (β’s). Even though magnitude can be the most important thing, it’s “hidden” off to the left. Note to self: look off to the left … Continue reading

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Fallacies are not simply crazy ideas. They are usually both plausible and logical — but with something missing. Sometimes what is missing in a fallacy is simply a definition. Undefined words have a special power in politics, particularly when they … Continue reading

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Jorma Jormakka

People who pay attention to this sort of thing may remember that Jorma Jormakka claimed to have solved the Navier-Stokes equation, one of the Clay Mathematics Institute’s $1M problems. Looking at this arXiv page, it’s apparent that he purports to … Continue reading

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Jorma Jormakka

People who pay attention to this sort of thing may remember that Jorma Jormakka claimed to have solved the Navier-Stokes equation, one of the Clay Mathematics Institute’s $1M problems. Looking at this arXiv page, it’s apparent that he purports to … Continue reading

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