Brexit Cracks Me Up

Oh, Brexit. This video started making the rounds yesterday: PM of Luxembourg – No deal ? So what? Brexit is your choice not mine … 👏👏😎 pic.twitter.com/4wqYn4ILTm — Paul Larkin (@brehonisbest) December 14, 2018 And, yes, it is funny. But I think there’s an important point here. Europe has no

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Disruptive Event Prediction

Our paper, “Crystal Cube: Multidisciplinary Approach to Disruptive Events Prediction,” is going to be presented at the 9th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2018) and the Affiliated Conferences, which is like 20 simultaneous conferences held at the same time and place, which is July 21-25 in

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Brexit Versus Texit

Andrew Gelman is right that potential Scottish independence comes at a cost of losing influence in the larger United Kingdom (UK). However, the political calculus is not quite as Gelman describes. Look at it this way. The UK has lost some influence in European political structures. First, the European Parliament

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