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@spyrosmakrid USA TODAY Article Published Jan 18, 19 “Do you have High Blood Pressure (HBP)? It depends on which doctor you ask”   AND which study you use (some saying HBP decreases life expectancy by 5 years others by couple of months)   @nntaleb ” target=”_blank”>”> Permalink 8:18 AM – 19 Jan […]

Intelligence , Charlatans, IQ, Meditation, HYPERTENSION, Lindy, NYT, globalist/localist, Macron, Micron | Twitter

@nntaleb 19- A general problem w/social “scientists” & IQ idiots: they can intuit the very terms they are using. Verbalism; they have a skin-deep statistical education & can’t translate something as trivial as “correlation” or “explained variance” into meaning, esp. under nonlinearities. Permalink 6:19 AM – 25 Dec 2018 @normonics It is clearly a […]

Why you should care about the Nate Silver vs. Nassim Taleb Twitter war | Isaac Faber

Why you should care about the Nate Silver vs. Nassim Taleb Twitter war I think, however, this is a great opportunity for a data science professional (or aspiring professional) to dig deeper into what is being said. There are implications on how we choose to model and present our work in a reliable and verifiable […]

Economists, Paris, Moscow, Deadlifting, Tetlock, Ghosn, Tesla, Dubai/UAE, Optionsellers, Regulators, Khashoggi | Twitter

Nassim Nicholas Taleb: “you should study risk taking, not risk management” @naniiyer @nntaleb Research is catching up to what you have always said   Permalink 3:20 AM – 6 Dec 2018 @nntaleb Rory lexktchring. Employees try to minimize blame. #skininthegame Note the socks. Permalink 1:59 AM – 6 Dec 2018 @nntaleb You can […]

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Nassim Taleb & Naval Ravikant at BlockCon 2018 – Transcript | Michael Malo @nntaleb Almost 6,000 votes. 54% – 46%   Permalink 9:20 AM – 17 Nov 2018 @nntaleb Well, looks like investors in   are liable for more losses than they put in. Also the argument 76% options expire worthless by the […]