The 10 commandments

Evidence based policy is a dangerous myth

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Karl Popper on the evolution of knowledge

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John Stuart Mill on the role of error in finding truth

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Settled science part 1: Is science ever actually settled?

The Logic of Science

Daniel Moyniham quote everyone is entitled to his own opinion but not his own factsWe are constantly told that “everyone has a right to their opinion” and “there are two sides to every story.” Our entire news system is predicated on the notion that we need to give fair time to both sides of every situation. The problem with this type of thinking is that it leads to the misconception that both sides are equally valid, or, at the very least, that there must be some truth to both sides, but in many cases, only one side has any merit. In other words, it’s often not opinion #1 vs. opinion #2, rather, it is fact vs. fiction. One “side” is reality, while the other “side” is a fairy tail. For example, if you want to say that the island of Jamaica is being carried around on the back of giant sea turtle, that’s not your opinion, you’re just wrong. There wouldn’t be two legitimate…

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George Stigler on the growth of knowledge

via Stigler Conviction vs. Feynman Integrity | Paul Romer.

On aping the methods of the physical sciences

The scientific method is a continuing process

The Triumph (and Failure) of John Nash’s Game Theory – The New Yorker

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via The Triumph (and Failure) of John Nash’s Game Theory – The New Yorker.

Facts report, laws describe, and theories explain.

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