Monthly Archives: May 2014

“Big Lists” and apologetics

Well, it’s been a couple weeks, and Jeff has not responded [Jeff posted comments below.  I invited him to explain his position further] As such I’m going to reiterate my basic point (original post is here)s: 1) Big lists are … Continue reading

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Most people have asked me a question that goes something like “If you could have members read one book, what would it be?”

Today I was at lunch with the author of the Letter to the CES Director and the subject of how FAIR gives answers that are so nebulous and ambiguous that they could be a plot point on Star Trek. That reminded me of … Continue reading

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