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The Not-So-Great Gerrymander: A Neuroscientist Flunks Statistics

Mon Feb 4th, 2013

Aaron Brown

In a New York Times story, a neuroscientist from Princeton finds an evil Republican plot, but it's all in his head.

Super Bowl Squares: How to Know What They're Worth

Thu Jan 31st, 2013

Aaron Brown

A cheat sheet for America's second most popular office sports betting game.

'The Physics of Wall Street': The Most Arrogant Book in the World? Part 3

Mon Dec 31st, 2012

Aaron Brown

To see the world in a grain of sand, to see the financial system in a roulette wheel.

'The Physics of Wall Street': The Most Arrogant Book in the World? Part 2

Mon Dec 24th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Last week I started an account of James Weatherall’s new book, T

'The Physics of Wall Street': The Most Arrogant Book in the World? Part 2

Mon Dec 24th, 2012

Aaron Brown

Random Walk, is that really all there is?
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