The graph at right made the twitter rounds a few days ago (1.3k RTs and 2.7k likes for Noah). The graph looked off to me immediately. Between approximately 1992 and 1994 the number of administrators went up by a factor of 4? (Or, if something goes...
PaulNice work here by @ATabarrok/@kdrum to debunk the viral "30x more health admin staff since 1970" graph.
Why did this graph go so viral? Hypothesis: It's easier to think about villains than to think about tradeoffs.
In addition to having some obvious biological differences, female and male dogs sometimes act differently, too.
Geoffrey MillerWoke dog training insight: if male and female mammals are neutered, their behavioral sex differences aren't very large.
Cory ClarkLovely progressive article on doggo sex differences: Males more likely to hump, mark territory, & roam for females. Females more obedient, affectionate, & easier to housebreak. But, doggo upbringing matters more and neither is sex is better than the other: insider.com/should-i-get-a…pic.twitter.com/ZrvugO0Z7f
People keep asking me what I plan to do after Brexit.
Daniel HannanReason, empiricism, open-mindedness, the scientific method. None of these things comes naturally. Each has to be inculcated. But as universities become woker, students are instead taught that feelings trump facts.
New research suggests that emoji users are better at making social connections.
Lee JussimI don't usually tweet this type of stuff, but a new Psych Today blog (not mine) reviews research showing that people who use more emojis get more dates and have more sex. That is just too amusing not to tweet out.