Synthetic cannabaloid Z.

This is not from a novel, this is from The NEJM.
On July 12, 2016, the New York City Emergency Medical Services (EMS) was dispatched to the scene of a multiple-casualty incident in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City. First responders…
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Risk of bias, immigration, and mood.

Do immigrants into a new nation have a greater risk of mood disorders. The standard approach has been to say that this is due to bias of measurement, or institutionalised racism. But minorities do have an increased risk of mood disorders: this may… Read More

Degeneration and wisdom. [Eph 5]

The fools who have run the world for the last two generations -- since 1968 until now -- have bankrupted the social capital of our society. There is a reason that nationalism is rescendant, for it is natural to love your family and country: the… Read More

Statistical Breakdown.

The preface to Matt Brigg's book is worth the price of the book alone: for these two quotes.
Bayes is not what you think. Hypothesis testing should immediately and forever be tossed into the scrapheap of intellectual history and certainly never tauht the vulnerable. The love of theory is the root of all evil
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For arguments from nature [Eph 5]

I don't like this passage. It confronts not only my enjoyment of trolling and wit, but it reminds me that I have to wait until I have a ring on my finger. And it is why my beloved has a calendar in her head, counting the days. But it is more… Read More

Do not follow the Pagan, Muslim [Eph 4]

The Muslims are pagan. For you can tell them by the consequences of their belief. Their prophet stole, raped, enslaved and murdered, and they consider his acts righteous. They pray to a delusion. And their minds are blinded in their piety, as… Read More

Not for you, for others [Eph 4]

Yesterday I mentioned that the sermon we were given was about loving others as Christ did. Christ gave up his glory in heaven to enter a world of impurity, filth and poverty. Palestine was full of peasants, and the life of a peasant is not… Read More