Monthly Archives: February 2013

Unbelievable Project: A Non-Believer’s Armchair Perspective on Six Years of Christian Debates

So I’ve decided to start a project which will be posted here as I go along. Essentially, it is based off of the Unbelievable podcast, which for those who don’t know is a British podcast/radio show featuring debates between Christians … Continue reading

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Resurrection, Linear Regression, and the Art of Harmonization

Dan Barker has an Easter Challenge to any Christian to come up with a seamless account of what happened on the day of the Resurrection. The conditions of the challenge are simple and reasonable. In each of the four Gospels, … Continue reading

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There is no population

So I’ve been following and intro stats class for a project of mine, and came across this curious definition: A statistic is number that describes a sample A parameter is number that describes a┬ápopulation I got to wondering what a … Continue reading

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