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Figure 30: reasons for being attentive at seminars
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Figure 47: Incentives to work at different levels ...
Figure 46: weekday vs. weekend weather conditions
Figure 45: decision evaluation at different oil pr...
Figure 44: Perceived and real effort during a PhD
Figure 43: fraction of ideas that make it to produ...
Figure 42: fast-food establishment occupancy on Sa...
Figure 41: taxi-cab availability on Saturday night...
Figure 40: ways to increase Bush's approval rating...
Figure 39: why McCain chose Palin
Figure 38: Blackberries per capita in Cambridge, M...
Figure 37: relevant timescales for different profe...
Figure 36: Facebook's role during birthdays
Figure 35: new friends at MIT
Figure 34: factors that make a paper attractive fo...
Figure 33: business card deployment dynamics
Figure 32: sustainability in public discourse at d...
Figure 31: clothing layers vs. outside temperature...
Figure 30: reasons for being attentive at seminars...
Figure 29: reasons for being distracted at a semin...
Figure 28: spending profile for a budget allocatio...
Figure 27: affection offered vs. price of gift
Figure 26: distribution of working hours in differ...
Figure 25: cultural and other shocks of a traveler...
Figure 24: vote-changing power and relevance of di...
Figure 23: divided mind during finals' week
Figure 22: time needed for different construction ...
Figure 21: timetable for Thanksgiving
Figure 20: energy content vs. price per meal
Figure 19: diminishing marginal returns on experim...
Figure 18: positive feedback in the amount of work...
Figure 17: learning curves for different activitie...
Figure 16: effect of marketing phrases on sales
Figure 15: categorization of humans and human acti...
Figure 13: entropy of a dorm room
Figure 12: distribution of flyers by content
Figure 11: class attendance during a semester
Figure 10: quality of food during job-recruiting i...
Figure 9: tax preparation process
Figure 8: randomness of taxi cab fares
Figure 7: fun as a function of ethanol intake
Figure 6: population of infinite corridor (MIT)
Figure 5: market release of bubble gum flavors
Figure 4: awake students as a function of lecturer...
Figure 3: factors important for flight attendants
Figure 2: income to IQ ratio
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Cambridge, MA, United States
Pseudoscience is a comic published in the Tech, the official newspaper of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Many posts are local to Cambridge or MIT, but others are not. All readers are welcome. First comic was published February, 2007.
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