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@nntaleb First lecture Permalink 11:24 AM – 22 Feb 2016

@nntaleb RWRI risk first lecture Permalink 11:22 AM – 22 Feb 2016

@nntaleb Real World Risk Institute first seminar, Robert Frey lecturing on cellular automata Permalink 11:21 AM – 22 Feb 2016

@GMWatch Tell Senator Roberts & #Monsanto where to shove the DarkAct   #StopTheDarkAct #gmo Permalink 11:24 AM – 21 Feb 2016

@nntaleb Eco is not in the middle right picture. Only top and bottom left. @AdilNajam @janmpdx Permalink 11:00 AM – 21 Feb 2016

@nntaleb Umberto Eco’s library is clean, neat, stylish, has adapted IKEA white shelves, unlike the musty one shown here. @janmpdx @AdilNajam Permalink 9:53 AM – 21 Feb 2016

@NeinQuarterly Barcelona. Come for the Gaudí. Stay for the Magritte. Permalink 7:18 AM – 21 Feb 2016

@nntaleb This is Umberto Eco’s Library, not the other one.
@AdilNajam Permalink 5:42 AM – 21 Feb 2016

@nntaleb It is NOT his library on the left. Sorry, it is not. @AdilNajam Permalink 5:39 AM – 21 Feb 2016

@nntaleb The reason 1) I do not listen to “think tanks” as they are literally BS Vendors, 2) Refuse to believe DC insiders.   Permalink 1:51 PM – 20 Feb 2016

@nntaleb It is uncertain what school does beyond the PR. One thing is certain
School will never teach you how to stand & take risks for your beliefs. Permalink 1:08 PM – 20 Feb 2016

@nntaleb Which allowed to get closed form MAD of n-summed symmetric power law α=3 (not in literature)
Thanks @mikeandallie Permalink 12:28 PM – 20 Feb 2016

@NonMeek @nntaleb Today’s #Offshorecomic. This strip was inspired by Taleb’s fantastic book #FooledByRandomness. #HedgeFunds Permalink 11:16 AM – 20 Feb 2016

@nntaleb Liar Kevin Folta spreads lies again. The reasons why we never “debate” something *not even wrong* @kevinfolta Permalink 11:16 AM – 20 Feb 2016

@nntaleb Comparative squid ink studied. Permalink 9:50 AM – 20 Feb 2016

@nntaleb Matt Ridley has never written a scholarly work to get: one never responds to “not even wrong” @Ednever @mattwridley Permalink 8:17 AM – 20 Feb 2016

@Ballandalus Imazighen/Berbers played a pivotal role in the intellectual, religious & cultural developments in al-Andalus, but this is often ignored Permalink 7:33 AM – 20 Feb 2016

@nntaleb Looking for help in uncovering the logic behind a sequence:   Permalink 4:36 AM – 20 Feb 2016

@JMeeker86 @nntaleb very sad to hear. Your characterization of Umberto Eco really captured how profoundly interesting he was. Permalink 7:36 PM – 19 Feb 2016

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