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-====== Episode 14 - Virus Derangement Syndrome ====== +====== DarkHorse Podcast: Episode 14 - Virus Derangement Syndrome ====== 
-  * 12.05.2020+  * Veröffentlicht am: 12.05.2020 
 +  * Beteiligte: Bret Weinstein, Heather Heying
   * Youtube: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6-xwaHU4f4|Bret and Heather 14th DarkHorse Podcast Livestream: Virus Derangement Syndrome]]   * Youtube: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6-xwaHU4f4|Bret and Heather 14th DarkHorse Podcast Livestream: Virus Derangement Syndrome]]
-  * Themen: [[wpde>Fehlerkultur]]; Sozial-Bindung;Befähigung zum rationalen, klaren Denken+  * Themen: [[wpde>Fehlerkultur]]; Lügen; Humor; Sozial-Bindung; Befähigung zum rationalen, klaren Denken; Umgang mit Unsicherheit;
  
-<blockquote>[As a professor being asked by stutdents for "live advice":] Don't even consider marrying anybody who doesn't have a sense of humor about themselves. They're just not marriage material - which [...] is a upsetting problem because there are a lot of people in that category and it's sad to think that they may not be appropiate for a relationship.+===== Transkript =====
  
-<cite>Bret Weinstein, DarkHorse Podcast, Ep. 14</cite></blockquote>+<blockquote>[As a professor being asked by students for "live advice":] **Don't even consider marrying anybody who doesn't have a sense of humor about themselves.** They're just not marriage material - which [...] is a upsetting problem because there are a lot of people in that category and it's sad to think that they may not be appropiate for a relationship.
  
-{{tag>Fehlerkultur}}+[...] 
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 +**One thing you can tell very frequently what kind of person someone is, based on how they deal with the discovery that they have been incorrect. ** 
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 +One thing you can do is: you can rationalize and sweep it under the rug and pretend it didn't happen - now you're wrong twice! Not only were you wrong the first time but your claim to have always been in the position you now hold is also wrong. 
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 +That is not a indication of character. 
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 +[...] 
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 +I would very much like to be right. I don't like dicovering that I'm wrong and doing it in front of a large audience is very  difficult, but the point is: Wow, is it a better deal than sticking with some wrong position, so it's not to admit that you made an error - which is of course human. 
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 +<cite>[[https://youtu.be/p6-xwaHU4f4?t=689|Bret Weinstein, DarkHorse Podcast, Ep. 14, 11:28 - 13:42]]</cite></blockquote> 
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 +<blockquote>It's hard [...]. When do you say: [a)] I'm putting my internal estimation at 95% on this thing and I'm go ahead and say it without the "errorbars built in" and then maybe it's that one in 20 times that I was wrong, you do have to come back and fix it.  
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 +Or [b)] you speak in terms of uncertainties and probabilities and more often then not not numbers explicitly but implicit numerical thinking, quantitative thinking: that drives a lot of people crazy!  
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 +Not just because our educational system is so bad, that most people who should completely be able to understand some quantitative thinking actually can't - through no fault of their own (often).  
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 +But it also doesn't fit with a landscape of "buy-it-now! get your answer! be on your way, have the thing in your back pocket, that you have to say when someone asks you a question and don't think about it ever again." 
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 +There is no "[[https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/set-and-forget|set and forget]]" over in scientific discovery space. You can't do it that way. 
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 +<cite>[[https://youtu.be/p6-xwaHU4f4?t=822|Heather Heying, DarkHorse Podcast, Ep. 14, 13:42 - 14:51]]</cite></blockquote> 
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 +{{tag>Fehlerkultur Erkenntnisvermögen Kognition}}
  
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