[ExI] The Dunning-Kruger Effect.

William Flynn Wallace foozler83 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 23 16:51:55 UTC 2018

I am possibly the most ignorant person re history that you know, but I do
know that King George III (?), the mad king of Revolutionary days, made all
of his advisors cringe.  But of course, we now know that he was insane,

bill w

On Sun, Dec 23, 2018 at 10:38 AM Will Steinberg <steinberg.will at gmail.com>

> JKC,
> I don't think you're saying anything that hasn't been said many times
> already, sadly.  I agree with WFW; we are squarely in the Twilight Zone
> right now and any previously established metrics are not going to be very
> helpful.
> If I had to go on a hunch, I would say that an answer is much more likely
> to come from studying ancient rather than modern history.  While we may not
> have a modern precedent for understanding this clusterfuck, I'm fairly sure
> something like this must have happened in the past 5,000 years of recorded
> history.  Just a matter of finding the most applicable happening.
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