After a decade as an experimental particle physicist, five years as a physics professor at MIT, and six years as a quant at D.E. Shaw & Co., I launched Kn-X, a service facilitating bluntly honest information transfer. Sell what you know. Buy what you don't.
Blunt Honesty, Incentives, and Knowledge Exchange offers a solution to the long-standing problem of how to sell information. This mechanism, which solves science's replication crisis, should dramatically increase the pace of scientific progress. Incentives matter.
Academic details are available in my CV or résumé. Among some of my papers, you may be particularly interested in Nothing to See Here, my seventh article pointing out decades-long, strikingly suspicious return patterns in the world's stock markets. This paper was rejected by arXiv, which is funded in large part by the Simons Foundation.