It occurs to me I should share things I’m reading with others. I do share via my blog at Cutting Through the Noise, and I often tweet, but a lot of people don’t see those, so here are some stories I have enjoyed. Some I have written, most I haven’t.
Global Warming for Dummies (my latest piece of heresy)
Maarten Van Doorn’s Complete Guide to Effective Reading (read it and take notes)
An Open Letter to the Federal Reserve (why a bit of inflation is good and how we can improve monetary policy)
Millennials Deserve a Break (anyone want to join me to change the world?)
Senolytics (the new fountain of youth?)
The Friedmann Equation (cosmology)
CRISPR as a diagnostic tool (home tests for everything)
Apple Watch Warning (using Bayes’ Theorem to calculate deaths by Apple watch)
Bryan Caplan on Education:
The Google April 1st self-driving bike video:
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