In this episode, Phil and Steve discuss Survivorship Bias and the ways that it can affect our perception of the world. They go through many, many examples from various fields, and touch on the Replication Crisis, “Back-in-my-Day-ism”, the Toyota way, and much more.
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- Survivorship Bias (The examples are largely from this page)
- Selection Bias
- Cognitive Biases
- Planes in WWII (Picture)
- Hindsight Bias
- Dilbert Principle
- Peter Principle
- Unknown Unknowns
- Mutual funds don’t outperform the market
- Black Swan — Nassim Taleb; “Silent Evidence”
- P-Hacking (Data Dredging)
- Replication Crisis
- Citizen Scientist
- “Back in my Day” List
- Bathtub Curve
- Planned Obsolescence
- The Toyota Way
- Apple Slowing Phones (Same event: Source 1, Source 2)
- Old Town Road (because Phil doesn’t know it)
- Long Term Effects of Spanking – The Atlantic
- Rush Limbaugh Died (Feb 17th, 2021)
- What the Bleep Do We Know? (Truly terrible)
- “What the bleep do we know” and it’s connection to a sex cult (Article)
- Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are by Robert Plomin
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