Stephen Hawking’s death offers a chance to look at how to act when information is inherently uncertain Continue reading Tentative Action
Why aren’t we leaving space in modern discourse to be wrong? It’s probably almost impossible to be social media user … Continue reading Right to be wrong
A personal perspective on why science and philosophy can be a difficult pairing for mental health Continue reading Science, philosophy, and depression
How much of the impact of anthropogenic climate change will go unnoticed? Continue reading Climate Change and Lost Potential
Open access data and careful reporting might change the game-theory outcomes of public goods problems to reduce overuse. Continue reading Information and the Commons
Are there neurochemical clues we can seek for an objective measure of happiness? Continue reading Can we measure happiness objectively?
It has been well documented in recent years that the number of PhDs awarded is increasing at a rapid rate, … Continue reading Replace the PhD
What makes a place valuable? The concept of land value has varied throughout human history, dependent on the needs of … Continue reading Value in uselessness
America is a country of which I’ve only scratched the surface, and particularly in terms of the extensive network of … Continue reading Desert and Geomorphology in Utah
In which I argue that 20th century scientific philosophy could justify a centralised, collaborative, open access scientific knowledge base Continue reading Are research papers outmoded?