This week I’m posting a piece from my archives (August, 2011) that I’ve updated a little. Two things brought this post to mind: 1) the recent EPA report that women have become better informed about mercury and are making better choices at the fish counter and 2) remarkable updates from my scientist friend who is blogging […]
Ben Goldacre might be quite surprised to hear he’s written a sociology book, but for the second in our series on books about how the science of mind, brain and mental health meet society, Bad Pharma is an exemplary example. The book could essentially be read as a compelling textbook on clinical trial methodology with […]
Astroinformatics is an exciting new discipline that has emerged at the intersection of astronomy/astrophysics and applied computer science and engineering, arising from the need to address the challenges and opportunities […]
David Hume Lately I have been reading a lot of Hoax Slayer and using the associated information for responding to highly incorrect information that people have been re-posting on Facebook. It seems many people do not even bother with a quick two second Google search to check the veracity of most claims. This takes […]The post Hume, Kant and Asking for Evidence. appeared first on MostlyScience.