[Sc1] Go on. Do it. Divide by zero.
[Sc2] This is a supervillain origin story.
[Sc3] Carl V Philips writes about perceptions and anchoring bias, a term I’d never heard before. The context is tobacco and nicotine products, but it’s a fascinating look at the intersection between science and psychology.
[Sc4] When a top empathy researcher has empathy problems.
[Sc7] Online betting can identify weak psychological studies, but they can’t be used. Which honestly may be for the best, as betting markets were better at predicting elections before people knew they were good at predicting elections.
[Sc8] A look at the science and non-science of the multiverse.
[Sc9] Does the origin to life track back to a protein named Ambidoxen?
If great scientists had logos… pic.twitter.com/0dYpjDl6tJ
— Steve Stewart-Williams (@SteveStuWill) July 27, 2018