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http://video.ted.com/assets/player/swf/EmbedPlayer.swf Thank you, steel manufacturing companies, and thank you, chemical processing companies, for giving us the time to read. —Hans Rosling Totally good point about how the mechanisation of the rich world has allowed us to have so many professors, … Continue reading

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Gender Wars

“There is more difference within the sexes than between them.”‒Ivy Compton-Bennett, Mother and Son “In all of human biology, there is no greater difference than of that between men and women.”—Some biology notes I found online These two statements sound … Continue reading

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Sub i, sub j

I hope I can say this in a way that makes sense. One kind of mathematical symbology your eyes eventually get used to is the “Σum over all individuals” concept: Yes, at first it’s painful, but eventually it looks no … Continue reading

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data from the US Drug Enforcement Agency’s System To Retrieve Information on Drug Evidence A few points about these pictures which I’ll be elaborating on in future posts: sub i, sub j: There is significant variation from city to city and presumably dealer … Continue reading

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Average Wages by US County, 1Q2011

When people pontificate about national politics, I find the dialogue too generalistic. “Technology X will create green jobs”. “Wall Street is making more than Main Street.” “The United States needs to invest more money in high tech. Routine production is … Continue reading

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