# Paper in progress

Arguing against the currently popular idea that we ought to believe we're living in a computer simulaton. With David Braddon-Mitchell. We wrote this in 2006, and are now revising it.

http://bunny.xeny.net/linked/simulation-argument-2006.pdf

# Book

An as yet unpublished manuscript on the foundations of statistical inference: Statistics Manuscript (follow the link for a draft)

*The rest of this is is out of date, but I'm leaving it here because you might still find the links interesting.*

# Book ideas

- a book on the likelihood principle — currently working out whether this is the same book as the one above or a different book
- a popular book on the foundations of statistical inference (yes, really!)

# Papers in progress

(email me for drafts, or nag me to put drafts on this site)

- Forster and Sober on the likelihood principle

- Bias is OK

- with David Braddon-Mitchell: why we shouldn't think we're living in a computer simulation

# Papers I might or might not do serious work on soon

(listed in no particular order)

- methodological pluralism

- How To Feyerabend

- vagueness in probability with Katie Steele

- narrowness of evidence in E B M

- with NeilThomason: How R C Ts Lie

- Grossman - La Caze E B M Paper

- a neo - Jeffreys theory of statistical inference

- how to apply the Principle of Total Evidence

- control groups without best standard care

- a neo - Jeffreys theory of statistical inference

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See also possible projects.