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Failing to prove the unprovable — 9 Comments

  1. As a 'control' choice in thatuniversity research project they could have installed a third, shocking vermilion key. Any guy pressing the third key would get a smoochy red-lipsticked kiss on the cheek. The results of the research would have been more credible.

  2. I just love it, they can use this sort of science to 'prove' vaping is dangerous, but PROPER SCIENCE on vaping or most things for that matter is dismissed as not having enough 'evidence'

    Okay

    • There are three rules of science –

      1. If it's their experiment it's conclusive proof.

      2. If the experiment is funded by anyone but themselves, it's null and void.

      3. If the results conflict with their beliefs, then it is to be completely ignored and further research is required.

      Simple really.

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