MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: July 2013. I mark in red three posts that seem most apt for general background on key issues in this blog, excluding those reblogged recently , and in green up to 3 others I’d recommend. Posts that are part of a “unit” or a group of “U-Phils”(you [readers] philosophize) count as one.
- (7/3) Phil/Stat/Law: 50 Shades of gray between error and fraud
- (7/6) Bad news bears: ‘Bayesian bear’ rejoinder–reblog mashup
- (7/10) PhilStatLaw: Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence (3d ed) on Statistical Significance (Schachtman)
- (7/11) Is Particle Physics Bad Science? (memory lane)
- (7/13) Professor of Philosophy Resigns over Sexual Misconduct (rejected post)
- (7/14) Stephen Senn: Indefinite irrelevance
- (7/17) Phil/Stat/Law: What Bayesian prior should a jury have? (Schachtman)
- (7/19) Msc Kvetch: A question on the Martin-Zimmerman case we do not hear
- (7/20) Guest Post: Larry Laudan. Why Presuming Innocence is Not a Bayesian Prior
- (7/23) Background Knowledge: Not to Quantify, But To Avoid Being Misled By, Subjective Beliefs
- (7/26) New Version: On the Birnbaum argument for the SLP: Slides for JSM talk
 Monthly memory lanes began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014.
 New Rule, July 30, 2016.