As it happens there seem to be no individual blogs on the kind of ``probability in the mathematical sciences" or ``probability in the real world" topics that interest me. Perhaps closest (and excellent food for thought) are the more statistical
These brief writings of mine are instead intended as permanent "food for thought", on topics such as the mathematics research profession in general, and uses of probability in particular. The overall style is similar to J. Michael Steele's Semi-Random Rants. The ones on this page are not published anywhere but here.
Because it's not a blog, you can't leave comments, but if you know of (or write yourself) online essays where the same idea is expressed better, or where an opposing idea is argued, please do email me the links.
I attempt to phrase each thought in a crisp sentence or two, and then add a commentary.
Thoughts like these undoubtedly occur to every mathematician, so no particular originality is claimed. Where I consciously borrow from another source I quote it, and what I perceive as ``commonplace" is labeled as such.