1) An oldie but a goodie: guess the correlation. 2) I really, really enjoyed this 80k episode on probability. One thing that stood out (and I’ll probably garble this) was the implication that the expected value of almost decision is infinite once you let infinities into the equation, because there’s always some non-zero probability of an event that produces infinite (or negative infinite) value. What if there is a God and will send you to hell if you eat celery? Very unlikely, but probably not literally a zero percent chance of being true.
I think your view on SBF’s ethics (and the impact of that interview) is likely correct.
On 21), Schliesser is now also blogging at Crooked Timber (https://crookedtimber.org/), and I imagine his more accessible / less closely textual writing will be found there from now on. And for those who, like me, love the closely textual stuff, Schliesser's monster commentaries on Foucault's 1970s lectures (which you can find on the blog's archives) are currently in the process of being turned into a book. I don't know what stage it is at yet, but I think anyone even vaguely interested in political philosophy and/or the history thereof should be excited for it - even if you don't think you like Foucault.