[Author Prev][Author Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Author Index][Thread Index]

Re: Consumer Reports

>tried (Chrysler, Suzuki, Isuzu, etc).  Bottom line, don't ignore good data,
>just come to your own conclusions.

Good data shouldn't be ignored. But we also have to look out for bad data
-- data that are selectively picked to get certain conclusion. Politicians
do it. Cops do it. Our gov't does it. Famous people did it (Remember
Mendel, the famous genetics discoverer? Well, his data is not ALL that

And Avi, don't get funny idea 'bout this. We university people know what
to look for, because we've BTDT. (^:

------------- clip here with virtual scissors --------------
Send any interesting roadkills to honge@creighton.edu!
Keyboard stuck error. Press F1 to continue.
Fax (402) 593-8975
Just say "Your lights are on" to DRLs