Scientific writing could use an English major Which is worse, stupidity or malignant intent? Hype and alarmism hype’s evil twin in today’s scientific enterprise. A bright, refreshing wine with a bit of a smoky aftertaste – from the nearby wildfires.
An immigrants tale of serendipity and finding a vital medication on a distant island Stupidity is not monolithic; it comes in so many forms. The problem with making something “fool-proof” is that fools are so clever. Bicyclists killed by autonomous vehicle – what the operator tells us. What if there is no answer to gun violence?
Studying the nautilus, the beauty of lullabies, understanding stupid, the continuing hype of AI, separating signal from noise, and a worrisome note on bananas