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Regression is Mean

In relation to the mean-ness of regression, we have correlated this responsion title with Herbert Marcuse, Henry David Thoreau, and now Ezra Pound. I must expand this into the trampoline-tantrums of Nassim Nicholas Taleb (Steven Pinker describes as belligerence).

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Regression is Mean

Real education must ultimately be limited to men who insist on knowing, the rest is mere sheep-herding.

- Ezra Pound (1885-1972)

I'm Not Calling you Idiots, You Are Sheep, Stay Within Your Flock - Another planksip® Möbius

I'm Not Calling you Idiots, You Are Sheep, Stay Within Your Flock - Another planksip® Möbius

Regression is Mean

In relation to the mean-ness of regression, we have correlated this responsion title with Herbert Marcuse, Henry David Thoreau, and now Ezra Pound. I must expand this into the trampoline-tantrums of Nassim Nicholas Taleb (Steven Pinker describes as belligerence).

I find it fascinating that the myelination of this dendritic projection offers a synaptic transfer of what it is to be mean. The Regression is Mean responsion (title of this article) is verbatim an exact copy (one of three). Considering the biological-like ontology of the planksip® blog, a connection like this digital adaptation is worthy of further myelination. Measure, test, rinse, repeat.

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Towards the sheep,


Ezra Pound

Published a year ago