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No Alternative Theory Exists Leaves us with No Alternatives and a Host of UnExplainables

I read this piece (http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/life-and-physics/2013/may/04/no-alternative-bayes-penalties-philosophy-thatcher-merkel) with some trepidation. When I get to the description of Bayesian statistics which says: “Bayesian statistics owes its name to Reverend Thomas Bayes (c 1701-1761) and considers trust, or the degree of belief, as probability. … Continue reading

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