The author explains how even a little information can dramatically lower your uncertainty.
The jelly bean experiment where he asks people to give a 90% confidence level of the average weight of a jelly bean. After giving the weight of only one bean, everyone was able to dramatically narrow their estimate. Great stuff.
No way. It is too dense and too long.
The equations are difficult to follow in audio format.
It told how water boarding works, how often it was used after 9/11, and the kind of information that resulted. The media missed most of the main points here.
The press criticized the process saying that most of the useful information gained happened after the water boarding stopped when that is how it is supposed to work.
He did a fine job. He keep me interested the whole way.
The stories help establish the notion that we are all creative and creativity can be encouraged or discouraged. This is a must read for educators and parents alike.
Buy it! You won't be disappointed.
Informative, surprising, captivating
The story of the Polgar Sisters
The story of how even Mozart had to work hard for ten years before he was vary good.
Educators and Parents must read this.
Boomerang is the only audiobook that I listened to again as soon as I finished it the first time. If you only listen to one book, this should be it.
I liked the way Michael Lewis does he research and tells the story in a funny and informative manner.
What Goes Around, Comes Around
By the time the movie gets made, the story will advance. Lewis should start working on Boomerang II now.
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