Three Exceptions in Systematic Model Derivation

I recently wrote about a systematic, bias-minimizing approach to exploratory data analysis and model identification. This article clarifies my preferred process and adds two exceptions to the typical process. I begin by collecting data of interest. The data sets aren’t randomly assembled, but neither are they assembled with a particular operationalization in mind. I am … Read more

Scientists Still Have No Clue About Anything (1/2)

Anything being women and cosmology for the purposes of this article series. Keep in mind “Scientists” doesn’t mean all scientists, or even most of them. I am assaulting the shadowy figure known as the “scientific consensus” or “scientific community” in general. As many Youtube Comments would simply say; “scientists.” Real science is a beautiful thing … Read more