posted on Aug, 20 2013 @ 02:50 AM
Originally posted by Grimpachi
reply to post by BayesLike
Not disagreeing with you except on faulting the OP for the title.
He titled the thread directly from the very first sentence of the source which is a shorter form of the source title.
I'm actually faulting the article, not the OP.
There is often a political agenda behind this type of research and that's also true with the
reporting slant in many cases. Lacking any other details regarding the "study" and given the misconstrued meaning that was reported, one is perhaps
more correct than not to assume an agenda existed somewhere.
IMO either the researcher / reporter has incredible ignorance about what the data means or they purposefully misrepresented the results. This is
being kind because I'm actually assuming the analysis was "correct" when it most likely is as screwed up as the interpretation of the results.
Well then, I said it
maybe I'm not being so kind....