Audio Roundup 2021:39

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by Joel Rich

Note to a podcaster:
Enjoyed your why trust science podcast. One thing you discussed was how more intense analysis indicated that certain counterintuitive results turned out to be based on faulty work. I would just point out that when results match our intuition one rarely sees anybody say we really should make sure the study was done properly.

From a blog

The true joy that she witnessed – even from a distance in Monsey – of people in their last decades enjoying their children, grandchildren and beyond – are possible for her, but not a very good bet

If we are trying to understand “the other” we need to realize that their goals and definitions may be different than our own (e.g. “true joy”)

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About Joel Rich

Joel Rich is a frequent local lecturer on various Torah topics in West Orange, NJ and supports his Torah listening habits by working as a consulting actuary.

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