For every mile walked drunk, turns out to be eight times more dangerous than the mile driven drunk. To put it simply, if you need to walk a mile from a party to your home, you’re eight times more likely to die doing that than if you jump behind the wheel and drive your car that same mile.
Just as important to note the next sentence:
Levitt is not advocating that people drive drunk instead.
GZA, aka “The Genius,” the rapper and wordsmith at the core of the Wu Tang Clan, has a new title: lecturer. This week, he spoke at Harvard about (predictably) music and creativity but also (less predictably) science.
Kahneman on Penn State.