How to be wrong the right way
Jonathan writes for The Australian Rationalist about how to be wrong the right way:
"We're all wrong about a lot of things, and if you don't think you are, then you're wrong about that too" says Meddings.
"The best and brightest can also be embarrassingly wrong. Isaac Newton gave us inﬁnitesimal calculus but he was also an alchemist."
"Have an aversion to falsehoods and love of the truth, admit it when you are wrong, and correct the record. Do these things and you’ll still be wrong about a lot, but you’ll be wrong the right way."
Read the full article here.