posted on Aug, 2 2011 @ 02:20 PM
I went against my quiz set-up-instincts and resisted the easy 1,500 mph winds on Neptune, for people used to and good at taking tests, that one
screamed to take the 1500.
The Neptune question is not a fair question because the wind speeds have not actually been determined. Scientific observations of white clouds going
around Neptune's Great Dark Spot is where any wind speed is sited, and that is not the planet as a whole. The question is a bad set-up question when
siting a specific area and generalizing it as a whole. That would be like measuring hurricane speed on earth and applying it planet wide. There's
always a smart ass making these thing.
The rest required little thought.
In light of the fallacy question I got 9 out of 9.