The Prisoner’s Dilemma There is a thought experiment called the Prisoner’s Dilemma. In the test, two prisoners are brought in by the police and sequestered in separate interrogation rooms. The detective comes into each room and under a bright light leans in, so close that you can taste the coffee and nicotine on his breath. […]
A Majority So, the longest election in modern Canadian history is over. It was a long and drawn out affair that culminated in the election of our second Prime Minister Trudeau. The election was fraught with attack ads, race baiting, screaming supporters and a majority, that it seemed no one except my grandmother saw coming.