The pollsters mined reams of data before last week’s election—they hoped to predict who would be the next President. In this 21st century, we rely on science and technology to provide us with answers. We carry computers (aka smartphones) in our pants pockets that provide us with instant information about every aspect of our lives and the world around us. Yet, last week’s election results just go to show you—we don’t always know what people will do.
Free will reigns.
I happened to be in London, eating breakfast in a pub, on the day when Great Britain’s Brexit vote was tallied... Read More