For those interested, Netflix has a new documentary out about the case: https://youtu.be/9r8LG_lCbac
Sorry I missed this. I'll try to attend the next one. I suggest Capital City Brewery at Metro Center.
I recommend a related essay by Hayek, "Competition as a Discovery Procedure."
I know this is an old thread, but for any people just now reading it, I thought I'd pass along this bizarre development.
There is no such thing as absolute certainty, but there is assurance sufficient for the purposes of human life.
John Stuart Mill, On Liberty
He seems to have understood that 0 and 1 are not probabilities.
You really should read Taleb; you can probably start with The Black Swan. His terms for these are "Mediocristan," domains that are described by Gaussian distributions, and "Extremistan," domains that are described by power laws.