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I guess the way I meant it was those who have gathered the statistics assume their science is right.
Please also note this is in the origins and creation forum
originally posted by: iterationzero
I'm well aware of what part of ATS this is taking place in. What does that have to do with your OP?
Can you provide an example of "assumed statistics" being used as empirical evidence?
originally posted by: borntowatch
originally posted by: AllSourceIntel
a reply to: borntowatch
It doesnt matter what statistics.
It was more about how much evidence can be derived from any statistics.
originally posted by: SuperFrog
More then once on this topic you were given an answer. Also, when asked for examples, you were not able to provide them, in short, there is no evidence that assumed statistics are classified as empirical evidence.
All that aside, and fact that this has been posted in this sub-forum, if you really like to learn about statistics and see science behind it, here are 2 link. First one my kids use for their Math study, well known Khan Academy, while second one is online university level class, that is free, so no reason not to broaden your knowledge and learn something, for a change...
If you need any help with either one, let us know, but would suggest to use proper forum and once mastered, I am sure this topic would not be even needed...