It’s that time of year again. Time to put your reputation on the line and show us your pudding, if that is the metaphor I want. Even if it isn’t, we’re stuck […]
How’d We Do On Our 2015 Predictions?
The answer to the post title’s question is: I’m not so sure. Because why? Because the predictions everybody registered were lost when I was hacked last January. Why was I hacked? Because […]
For The Love Of Models: A Global Warming Allegory
A very odd thing happened in Science. Turns out a famous weatherman has been forecasting highs in the 60s then 70s for New York City all winter long. But the temperature never […]
Hear Briggs Speak Free on Why You’re Doing Statistics Wrong
Hear Briggs Speak Free! Where by “Free” I mean you pay my expenses. Here are the details. Hear the One And Only William M. Briggs The Statisticians to the Stars! speak on […]
Briggs Is Available To Speak. Update
You’ve seen the videos…You’ve read the papers…You know the blog…Now hire the man! For a limited time only—All men are mortal, Briggs is a man, etc.—W. M. Briggs is available to loom […]
Heartland Conference, Statistics Classes, Statistics Books, & Statistical Cups
Heartland Conference I’ll be there, speaking Friday on “The Need To Believe In ‘The Solution’ To Global Warming”. This is a paper which I’ll try to find a home for (2,000 words). […]
Predictions For 2015—Re-Register Yours Today!
This post is one that has been restored after the hacking. All original comments were lost. Would you mind pretty please making the predictions again? Happy New Year! Hangover? Since I engaged […]
Climate Hustle, Readers Write
Hustling along I was over at the UN yesterday and met Marc Marano, who interviewed me for his upcoming documentary tentatively titled Climate Hustle. With fedora jauntily tipped back to reveal my […]