Category: Learning

Lessons From Eric Rubin, MD, PhD


Doctor Eric Rubin is a professor at Harvard, editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, and a member of the 18-person FDA committee that gave emergency use authorization 17-0 with one abstention for the use of Covid-19 vaccine in children aged 5-11. He… Continue Reading “Lessons From Eric Rubin, MD, PhD”

Extracting Meaning From Experience


Paying the price for nothing is always a weak move.

Fast Risk and Slow Risk


Risk includes both up and down. Look for slow risk growth.

Is Satire Obsolete?


Satire is hard, but some if it is still there.

Thinking About Thinking


We are not proficient thinkers and can be better once we know that.

We’re Taking Things Too Seriously


Cancelling comedy is a sign of a repressed society

More About Risk


In 19870 the book Future Shock addressed coping with change. Good insight.

How Evolved Knowledge Works


Learning is never done. You will fall behind quickly if you stop.

Using Numbers Again


Unpainting statistical pictures provides clarity and insight.

The Dog That Didn’t Bark


There is risk in assuming that what did happen should have happened.

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