As I sit in the Charlotte airport en route to Savannah, I am reminded of two things – 1) why doesn’t every airport/hotel (esp the $400 hotel) have free wifi? and 2) what a wonderful book Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error by Kathryn Schulz is. It is especially interesting in our field, and as old Maynard says, “When the facts change I change my mind, what do you do sir?”
PPT on how we “think” we remember vivid events – flashbulb memories.
Scientists being wrong. And famously wrong predictions.
TED talk below: