Monday, April 05, 2010

Odds Are, It's Wrong: Science Fails To Face The Shortcomings of Statistics

Very interesting, at ScienceNews.


Anonymous Jimmy Doyle said...

Dude why are you hosting an add for a "trial" of Obama for treason and sedition and alleging he was a CIA operative while at Columbia University?

Just wondering...

1:55 PM  
Blogger Winston Smith said...

Goddang it, I've been busy with this house crap and never got around to jettisoning blogads...

Better do it right now...

2:37 PM  
Blogger The Mystic said...

Yeah, I saw a nice big ol' ad for Ann Coulter quite a few times as well. Seems to me I commented on it and yet...


I'm sure the fact that the ads are almost uniformly aimed at the teabagger stereotype does something to reinforce many of the points made on this blog, but alas, the specific point evades the two seconds of thought I've put into this comment.


5:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh cool! Now you have an ad for scientology!
Ads like this: possibly evidence that philosophy is a big draw for the depressed, confused and lonely for meaning in life?


9:38 AM  
Blogger Jim Bales said...

Actually, I clicked through on all the ads -- WS, feel free to spend it all in one place ;-)


9:28 PM  

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