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Other Kinds of Inference

In 1822 some people in what is now Germany were like: “Yo, isn’t that an African arrow in that stork’s neck?” Sure enough it was, and this lead to a lot of progress on the question of “Where the hell do birds go when they’re not here, anyway?” All in all it was a greatContinue reading “Other Kinds of Inference”

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