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Who moves first?

The mathematician and philosopher Laplace said that “the weight of evidence for an extraordinary claim must be proportioned to its strangeness.” That leaves to individual judgment whether or not one regards something as strange. 323 more words


Thoughts about evidence and urgency

You may say, “Where’s the evidence you refer to frequently? I see a lot of good analysis here, but detailed evidence appears pretty scant.” I agree about that. 742 more words


A Reading Reprieve

I entered my junior year high school English class with no expectations. I had survived two mind numbing years of English, and thought I knew what to expect. 358 more words

Calm Down; Go to a Movie

1917 (I MEANT 2017 OF COURSE but 1917 witnessed two Russian Revolutions, U.S. entered WWI and J.Edgar Hoover went to work in the Justice Department so maybe it’s a model… 870 more words


New Probe

The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office is looking into the mysterious death 51 years ago of newspaper writer and “What’s My Line?” star Dorothy Kilgallen, who was investigating the JFK assassination, The Post has learned. 145 more words


Vindication of skeptics: Part two

Conspiracy theorists regard themselves as skeptics. They see people who accept mainstream or official accounts as credulous. A mirror image holds for people who reject conspiracy theories. 984 more words


From My Mental Archives: The Day JFK was Shot.

It was just before noon. We were all in the study hall putting the books from our morning classes into our desks and getting ready to go to the cafeteria for lunch. 841 more words

History Of Horses