Sometime back in the late 1990s, Utne Reader, a magazine which was then what we called “progressive”, voted Ithaca, NY, the Most Enlightened city in America. I lived there at the time, […]
Report On Hillsdale Broken Science Speech — Videos To Come
I got to Hillsdale a day early and took an amble about campus. Ended up in the library—called, oddly, a “library” and not the more sophisticated “learning center”—where I saw the strangest […]
Nothing Has A Probability: Roulette Wheel Pays Off
There are two essential, crucial things to take from the article “The Gambler Who Beat Roulette“, and I beg that you will remember both: 1. You are meant to lose at casinos; […]
Is AI Really Able To Probe Your Brain & See The Image You’re Thinking Of?
There’s a rumor going around that computers can now read your thoughts. That “AI” can pick off images you’re thinking about. Here’s one of many similar breathless headlines: “The AI that can […]
The Multiverse Hides The Problem It Was Supposed To Solve, And Calls It Solved
Let’s end the review of Sabine Hossenfelder’s book. We did some already: Emergence, Entropy, and Many Worlds. With this post, we’ll have covered the most interesting topics. Old Hoss, and many like […]
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Emergence Comes From Nowhere, Does Nothing, Goes Nowhere, But Still Becomes Theory
We return to reviewing Sabine Hossenfelder’s, a.k.a. Old Hoss’s, new book Existential Physics. First part (many worlds), second part (entropy). If you knew all there is to know about hydrogen alone, and […]
Broken Science Talks Now Online
Our first ever Broken Science event was in February, and the talks are now online. Watch them all here. These are all up late because the sound was busted, and, as you’ll […]