I can't argue with this.
This is a hell of a story! A mad bomber, an initially nonchalant public, and years of official bumbling.
In fairness to Bill Burr, he was working under pressure, and wasn't able to do the kind of detailed analysis of leaked passwords that is possible now.
Joseph Bessette reviews Locked In by John Pfaff.
Greg Cochran looks at the idea that modern humans have some of the features of Domestication Syndrome, the suite of behavioral traits observed in animals that are bred for tameness. A helpful commenter linked to The “Domestication Syndrome” in Mammals: A Unified Explanation Based on Neural Crest Cell Behavior and Genetics, a survey article explaining the science behind this.
More in my continuing series on technological progress.