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Tallguywrites: The Facts In The Case Of Dr. Andrew Wakefield

Tallguywrites: The Facts In The Case Of Dr. Andrew Wakefield
A fifteen page story about the MMR vaccination controversy. As ever, I'm sure a few spelling errors have slipped past me. Feel free to point any out so I can correct them. The reference links for the strip are in the next blog entry. Now! 2013 update. I am Darryl Cunningham and this is my main blog.

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The Science of Predicting the Future - Starts With A Bang “Prediction is very difficult, especially if it’s about the future.” -Niels Bohr What’s going to happen next? It’s perhaps the most important thing to know if we want to be prepared for practically anything in our lives. And without even thinking about it, most of us are actually very good at this in a huge number of aspects of our lives. For example… Image credit: Crazy Adventures in Parenting. I was hungry at work today, and I was prepared for it. In my case, it’s because I’ve been in this situation before: thousands upon thousands of times before, in fact. Image credit: Johnny Nichols, 2008. This is a fabulous example of a pre-scientific prediction! Image credit: screenshot from (L) and the Old Farmers' Almanac (R). Sometimes, this type of pre-scientific prediction is the best we can do. Image credit: NASA / Paul Chodas, Jon Giorgini & Don Yeomans / JPL NEO Program Office. In other cases — like meteorology — the uncertainties are very large. Image credit: