From Wired:
“I don’t care that … in your lab, when the temperature is exactly 69 degrees, and it is high noon on the fifth Wednesday of the month, that such and such will happen,” says Joachim Vandekerckhove, a cognitive scientist at UC Irvine. “That is not interesting.” What is interesting is distilling the essence of human behavior down to first principles.
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