Today we ask a Quora question about whether random things follow the law of causality.
This is an interview with James Ellias, creator of the excellent “An Inductive Summary of Physics” series covering an inductive history of physics and other important philosophical topics.
In this article, we will look at these statistical fallacies: Simpsons Paradox, base-rate fallacy and the Texas sharpshooter fallacy.
In this article, we will look at these statistical fallacies: biased sample, citation fallacy, regression fallacy and the gamblers fallacy.
In this article, we are looking at the hostility physicists hold towards philosophy. And why this is … misguided to say the least.
In this article, we are look at claims that organisms unable to sense reality are fitter than those that are and this invalidates our senses.
In this article, we are looking at an article that claims Einsteins claims about spacetime, have once more been verified. We will see that they have not.
Today we are starting a new series where we take seven quotes from my database of irrational quotes, briefly examine what they mean and what is so terrible about each of the quotes.