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So many statistical and loose definition tricks at play from the 'experts' -- such 'studies' are more marketing for certain products than anything scientific.

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Feb 4Liked by Daniel Nagase MD

Excellent post. Thank you.

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Feb 4Liked by Daniel Nagase MD

I hope you will share your article with the people behind this.. not that it will make a difference, but still...

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Dear dr. Daniel Nagase,

As a person who has the training nor the intellectual wherewithal to read & interpret statistics, I am immensely grateful to you for going through the trouble of explaining point by point where this particular study went awry.

Oversight or lie? This is the million dollar question, which is hard to answer. I do have assumptions about the 'invisible decisions' (or rationalisations) that play out in the course of such a study, group pressure, time limits, and so on, which fall under the rubric of 'oversight'. The assumptions themselves, however, (what is important to look at and what not) are likely to be 'inspired' by atacit orthodoxy, or what is deemed to be 'best/established practices'...

Turtles all the way up, until we find ourselves at some globalist gathering. But I prefer to listen to your and other people's podcasts (of which your 'Remember'-speech in - Vancouver? - is an outstanding example) Thank you!

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