I first read this post by Scott Adams:
Which lead me to read the article he referenced:
Research Pinpoints Brain’s ‘Gullibility’ Center
Changes in this region could explain why seniors, children are less doubting
I admit …
Correspondence and collusion between the New York Times and the CIA
Mark Mazzetti’s emails with the CIA expose the degradation of journalism that has lost the imperative to be a check to power
This an interesting article, as most …
Greed and Debt: The True Story of Mitt Romney and Bain Capital
How the GOP presidential candidate and his private equity firm staged an epic wealth grab, destroyed jobs – and stuck others with the bill
Much as I …
I started reading this Cracked article:
The 6 Cruelest Science Experiments Ever (Were Done on Kids)
The first entry, “#6. Put Kids in the Wilderness, Make Them Go to War” was interesting enough for me to click on the …
How Can One Million People Be This Dumb?
I have been exposed to the MLM (Multi-Level Marketing) industry for most of my life. My parents were quite into various such organizations over the years and I admit to trying …
Artist Samuel Silva’s Incredible Photorealistic Ballpoint Pen Drawings
Which is real and which is Memorex?
When the Economist doesn’t support the GOP candidate:
So, Mitt, what do you really believe?
Too much about the Republican candidate for the presidency is far too mysterious
Nothing shockingly new here, except for the source. Seeing something like …
Too bad there is no chance in hell of it being implemented…
How To Fix The Economy… In One Simple Chart
This is a fairly short document (and has lots of graphs), I so strongly encourage my reader(s) to …
The closing of American academia
The plight of adjunct professors highlights the end of higher education as a means to prosperity.
Just like there is the GOP complaint toward the Democrats (and Beatles refrain) “tax the rich until there …
Making Data Work
Researchers pursue analogy between statistical evidence and thermodynamics
I am far, far from schooled in statistics. The one class in my MBA program and much of the lecture sounded like static and jumbled words. However, one …