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A handful of these have already been allotted handicap marks and MONSIEUR LAVENE boasts the highest rating. He finished third over track and trip in November and won't have to improve much on that...
Anita Chambers is keen on Emperor's Choice in Saturday's Grand National Trial - she has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
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A handful of these have already been allotted handicap marks and MONSIEUR LAVENE boasts the highest rating. He finished third over track and trip in November and won't have to improve much on that...
Anita Chambers is keen on Emperor's Choice in Saturday's Grand National Trial - she has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
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One major section of pseudoscience is the idea of apophenia. Apophenia, the tendency to perceive meaningful connections among unrelated phenomena, is possibly one reason why society is so drawn to pse...
While not typically harmful, we can sometimes get the wrong idea about certain things. One type of incorrect connection is apophenia, a tendency to percieve meaningful connections among unrelated phen...
apophenia-the perception of connections, patterns or meaningfulness in unrelated things. As regular readers of Heartwood know (that's right, all five of you), I am frequently stunned that whatever I h...
Apophenia, danah boyd’s blog is one of the first blogs I ever read and have been reading more-or-less continuously over the past 3-4 years (since she took a class on framing with George Lakoff and b...
All is not golden with the Proloquo2Go app, however, as Glenda discovers when she tries to order food. Apophenia is danah boyd's blog. This blog deals with big ideas. It focuses on issues: trends, ana...
Do it myself is a wonderful blog by Glenda Watson Hyatt, who has cerbal palsy, that deals with accessibility issue on the web, tech events, speeches she has made, new technologies to assist those with...
Is there a difference in temperament between LJ people and Blog people? Danah Boyd of Apophenia may understand this better. Anyway, my post dealt with the way society treats various sleep-patterns tha...
“In short, apophenia is the human tendency to visualize what isn’t really there. Our pattern-obsessed minds–born from an evolutionary need to make predictions related to survival–see meaning i...
The historian Rob MacDougall plays a game: We...tried a new exercise I called "The Paranoid Style," an attempt to simulate historical apophenia--the uncanny way that history has of providing evidence ...
While this sounds exotic, it actually happens all the time. It’s called apophenia. Apophenia is seeing meaningful patterns in random or meaningless data. For example, look at this wall socket. What ...
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