Thursday, May 8, 2008

Confirmation bias explained...

...so that everyone can understand. Click here.

10 comments:

sdoscher458 said...

It is strange, I can remember my Grandmom telling me how the moon affected people, made them a bit nuts...I know she meant my Grandfather lol! I know men think women are nuts with their moon "cycles".. .( I know it's not true) be well Sandi

bpslider45 said...

HEY!!
Have you been looking for this since our conversation?
I'm convinced already!!
Brent

dpoem said...

Full moon or not, the whole damn planet is packed to the rafters full o' crazy!  

-Dan
http://thewisdomofadistractedmind.blogspot.com/

promiseluv372 said...

Been gone forever so it will take me twice that long to catch up but I get the idea of this... lol
I know a few people that "act up" or seem to have strange behavior when the moon is full.  I used to be one of them.. I was crabby. (now not so much)

Hope you're doing good.

hugs,
Promise

princesssaurora said...

LOL Having worked in an ER at the full moon, I have to say... you would be surprised.  But you are right about this... or the cartoon is.

be well,
Dawn
http://journals.aol.com/princesssaurora/CarpeDiem/

frankandmary said...

Working at the hospital I found it was the full bottle of Jack, not the moon, that will get you every time. ~Mary

princesssaurora said...

Dan is right... packed with crazy.

be well,
Dawn
http://journals.aol.com/princesssaurora/CarpeDiem/

perturbedcow said...

Maybe it isn't always the full moon but occasionally something in the donuts.
Charlie

lurkynat said...

Dear Paul
(Clears throat)
Ahem...
Please comment on the belief that many people die on the full moon as opposed ot not.
(lifts eyebrow.. shifts to peer at Dan on the couch..:)
natalie

plittle said...

Natalie,
  Can you provide me with any evidence to suggest this is the case?
-Paul