Navigating the skies of self-discovery: Reflections on the Dunning-Kruger effect and my flying adventures

As covered in a prior newsletter, the Dunning-Kruger Effect states the less we know about a particular topic, the more we think we know. It’s what won David Dunning and Justin Kruger the Nobel Prize. The effect was discussed in the above-referenced newsletter on motorcycle riding, so I’ll not elaborate… Continue reading

Wildlife out to get you

My good friend, Rich Marin, wrote recently in his daily newsletter about concerns he and his neighbors have regarding the wildlife with which they co-exist in the canyons around Escondido, CA.  His fear centers most on packs of coyotes attacking pets, but includes mountain lions, rattlesnakes, deer, and gophers. Our… Continue reading