Science… Sort Of, and why the Beverton-Holt cannot be observed in nature

A few exciting bits of news this June:

First, we put a draft of a new paper in ArXive: “Compensatory dynamics, functional elasticities, and why the Beverton-Holt Stock Recruitment Relationship cannot exist in nature”. Check it out: [PDF]. Some friends argue the title of this paper is a bit provocative… but it did convince them to read it, so….

Second, I was invited back to the podcast I helped cofound [Science… Sort Of] and from which I was eventually kicked out after a tumultuous board meeting (for my stock options), to chat about networks, which you can hear [here].

Third, I have started to BBQ a lot, and that is exciting. Chicken rub recipe to follow.


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