Monthly Archives: April 2013

Facts are stubborn things; statistics are more pliable (M. Twain)

To get a sense of how “science” can get any result one wants if the problem’s supposed cause-effect is poorly-understood, sufficiently obscure or tiny (e.g., epidemiology, social sciences, climate), watch this (52 minute) video about statistics: Briggs Seminar  

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