Friday links: good cartoons of bad arguments, and more

From Jeremy:

Bad arguments, illustrated with clear and charming cartoons. Covers most of the biggies (e.g., affirming the consequent, slippery slope) and includes some I’ve talked about in an ecological context (e.g., fallacy of composition) or a statistical context (e.g., no true Scotsman) (h/t Deborah Mayo)

From the archives:

Do you have any ideas for crazy experiments?

How international trade almost wiped out the North American bison

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