Hypothesis, Risk, and Science

When I patch, an unwanted outcome is reduced.

Were we hacked, but didn’t know?

  • But the most remarkable of all the kinds of air that 1 have produced by this process is, one that is five or fix times better than common air.(*)

When I think of formal scientific method an image sometimes comes to mind of an enormous juggernaut, a huge bulldozer-slow, tedious, lumbering, laborious, but invincible― Robert M. Pirsig

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Writing about risk, security, and startups.

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