This week’s video is a demonstration in error-finding by Marcus du Satoy for The Royal Institute. For those unaware, The Royal Institute has been around for hundreds of years, encouraging children to take up the scientist’s coat through their ongoing series of lectures. You have the likes of Richard Dawkins speaking at events such as their annual Christmas lectures.
I encourage you guys to think about how you go about analyzing your own conclusions. How do you establish whether premises or conclusions are correct? Are you able to learn from those mistakes that you’ve been made aware of? Why not? How much does ego play a part? How could you do better?