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The Bayesian Conspiracy

By The Bayesian Conspiracy

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Description

A conversational podcast for the less hardcore rationalist, who wants to level-up their rational skills while having fun.

Customer Reviews

Title should say it all

If readers of this review recognized the source of the title of the podcast, I doubt they will bother to read my review, they will probably just jump right in and download a few episodes. So I assume you don't.

Briefly, our three hosts discuss applied rationality in the context of a different topic each week. How do we improve our ability to choose wisely, in spite of the various biases built into our brains by evolution and the limited information available? Sounds a bit dry when I put it like that, but they make it fun.

Stupid

I couldn't make it past the 1 minute mark on this podcast. Within the first 30 seconds the host refers to you as the listener as not smart enough and that's why you are listening to their podcast. What would possess you to think that when you are trying to build a fan base the best way to do that is by insulting the very people you are courting to patron your podcast?

OMG amazing ^_^

The is a great podcast where three humans (and sometimes a guest) will do their best to try to describe and understand something in our world. This includes being wrong about things, so when some reviewer claims that this is no good because of the first 30 seconds of the first episode, it is worth reading and listening on--they correct each other and show how human they are while at the same time working to better any communication or knowledge issues. ^_^

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