Do you suppose that the people that are counting COVID cases are the same folks that are counting presidential election votes?
I’ve crafted this little vignette to illustrate the situation with the current US presidential election: As a result of COVID-20 (God forbid), the Big Ten 2021 football season is only one playoff game. In this case, it’s Ohio State vs
A solid analysis on the potential outcomes, from Points and Figures: Here is what my decision tree with speculative outcomes looks like: Trump doesn’t get his day in court and the media working hand in hand with the Democratic Party
The press is bubbling with excitement about machine learning, statistics, and data analytics. However, for the rank and file, the applications of these techniques are not intuitive. Here are some interesting applications for recent emotional public events in the election
With the invention of digital computers, the notion of time as a universal construct has become extremely pervasive. Most data are recorded and retrieved with the construct of a date/time stamp. For example, when people review their bank accounts, they
Update Well, here we are again. Another major election year and we have the informal polling of observing political signs posted in yards. Obviously, since my observations are based on my drives in northwest Montgomery country and southwest Miami county
I originally watched the landmark Milton Friedman series, “Free to Choose“, years ago when my sons were just becoming exposed to macroeconomics. On the recent 40th anniversary of the show, the original producer had some interesting comments about how Friedman’s
How many nuclear engineers does it take to change a lightbulb? Seven. One to install the new bulb and six to figure out what to do with the old one for the next 10,000 years.
Newton asked a group of medical students, science students, management students, and engineering students the question, “How can you write 4 in between 5 with just 2 characters?” The medical students answered, “This is a joke, right?” The science students
A pretty decent article in Interesting Engineering: 1. You have the constant urge to build and tinker with something 2. Always thinking about making things work better 3. Going into a project and having absolutely no idea what to do