26BSG and The Authenticity Test

Have you ever been to a conference, seminar or a meeting when you've been made to sit quietly while some Monologist pontificates from the stage, the lectern or somewhere slightly out of view, up the front? I end up doing that a lot, apart from the "sit quietly" bit. Monologist is a lovely word, that... Continue Reading →

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ANGEL Murmuration

After a rather marvellous weekend at NHS Hackday Cardiff 2015, I'm knackered. But, equally excited with the potential that emerged in just few hours by interacting some carbon with some silicon. Lindsey (coding witchcraft), Warren (sexy engineering), Michael (social inspiration), Jas (clinical rudder), Gareth (sense checking) and me (noisily interfering) worked on different bits of bringing a... Continue Reading →

Justified Belief on hypothetical reasoning and failures of disjunctive inference

What a marvellous blog (long and luxurious) of which this is a perfect example. http://justifiedbelief.com/2013/10/15/hypothetical-reasoning-disjunctive-inference/ The answer, by the way is to recognise 'contrivance'. The question is logical, designed to get you reasoning, but it is abstracted from lived experience. In other words, they are setting you up to think "front brain" rationally for a... Continue Reading →

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