This is a podcast about facts and logic, dedicated against groupthink and polylogism. Tune in for a refreshing and unapproved take on economic, technological and epistemological issues.
October 13, 2019, length: 33 minutes
Song recommendation: Right Now by Van Halen
Several recommendations for your studies. The SQLite database for the data science exercise is available here.
August 25, 2019, length: 38 minutes
Song recommendation: Driver's Seat by Sniff 'n' the Tears
Three predictions for the near future.
July 28, 2019, length: 30 minutes
Song recommendation: Scatterlings of Africa by Juluka
Is metrication worth it? I don't know; let the market figure it out.
July 14, 2019, length: 29 minutes
Song recommendation: You're So Vain by Carly Simon
Don't take everything literally. Instead, visit electionbettingodds.com.
June 30, 2019, length: 49 minutes
Song recommendation: It's In The Way That You Use It by Eric Clapton
Our betters don't just have brilliant simple solutions to difficult problems; they also correctly anticipate the consequences of their policy prescriptions. Or do they?
June 16, 2019, length: 32 minutes
Song recommendation: Heartlight by Kenny Loggins
June 2, 2019, length: 31 minutes
Song recommendation: Shoot For Thrills by L.A. Guns
Ludwig von Mises explains why polylogism is bad. (He was not available for an interview.)
May 19, 2019, length: 32 minutes
Song recommendation: Undertow by Pet Shop Boys
Statistical research is extremely difficult---especially if done properly. Why not use revealed preferences instead?
May 5, 2019, length: 36 minutes
Song recommendation: Layla by Derek and the Dominos
Max discusses a small logical problem with economic pronouncements and an annoying feature of music videos and their corresponding songs.