Professor Bart Kosko, Ph.D., J.D.
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Selected Op-Ed Articles (National Syndication)

“Terror Threat May Be Mostly a Big Bluff,” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 13 September 2004.
“The Calendar of Civilization: Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 31 December 2002.
“Cryonics May Be a Cool Way to Go,” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 19 July 2002.
“Justice is Blind to Scientific Evidence,” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 3 June 2002.
“How Many Blonds Mess Up a Nash Equilibrium?” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 13 February 2002.
“Your Privacy is a Disappearing Act,” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 2 December 2001.
“Are Judges Soft on Snooping?” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 11 September 2001.
“Fuzzy Life: Bush’s ‘Slippery Slope’ on Stem Cells Could Drag Roe v. Wade Backward,” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 13 August 2001.
“Chips, Lacking the Design Flaws of Brains, Will Lift Minds From Here to Eternity,” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 9 July 2001.
“The Problem with Faith-Based Funding is Faith Itself,” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 19 February 2001.
“Yes, Candidates, There is a Fuzzy Math,” New York Times (and syndication), 7 November 2000.
“Who Needs Big Brother When There’s the FBI’s ‘Carnivore’?” Los Angeles Times (and syndication), 27 July 2000.
“The Fuzzy Tax Form” Los Angeles Daily News (and syndication), 17 April 1995.