Don’t Blink! The Hazards of Confidence →
An interesting article that mostly deals with confidence vs overconfidence with regard to stock pickers. Coincides with the idea that if an economy is truly efficient, then that means it is random and a random economy means that it is functioning on all available knowledge by all persons interacting with it. Essentially, it’s luck if you win or lose on the economy.
It's What They Asked For →
Panic of the Plutocrats →
procrastination eating because this 3-5 paper can wait at least another 4 hours.
Exercise and the Brain
What Parkinson’s Teaches Us About the Brain Interesting article detailing the effects of forced exercise on patient’s with Parkinson’s. For what it’s worth, in my experience, at least in high school, I noticed that my grades improved dramatically as I participated in cross country. Part of the reason is because I had to manage my time better to accommodate the practice and...
Fliers' vs Airlines' Rights
On Youtube, a Debate Over the Right to Fly (With Your Pants Down) All the people who complain about airline companies using their discretion as to who boards the plane (barring being discriminatory for the sake of being discriminatory) seems to forget that these are businesses. Their business is the transport of passengers from one destination to another with relative ease. If a passenger boards...