I am neutral on the Authorship Question.
I had hoped this book would convince me one way or the other. It did not.
I had hoped this book would be a good description of Bayesian Analysis. It was not.
Instead, this book is a good example of how an advocate often convinces himself he is being "scientific," all the while fooling himself and others.
The structure of this argument, and the establishment of its premises, is guaranteed to find one answer. It fails to consider opposite positions, alternative explanations, or even the sometimes improbably turns life takes.
In short, it's more proof that we shouldn't let rocket… Read more