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Comment Re:Surprising (Score 2) 52

What a joke this nation has become

Indeed. Students aren't even taught basic critical thinking skills to be able to identify crackpot conspiracy theories. I hope you're joking. But in case you're not, please explain why the Soviet Union (and over 30 other countires) congratulated us after tracking us to the moon and back. Were they participating in a conspiracy to make themselves look bad?

Comment Re:Basic statistics (Score 1) 24

And yet, I just read a study that most doctors and clinicians involved with breast cancer can not correctly identify the liklihood of having breast cancer if someone tests positive for it. Answers ranged from 10-90%. Correct answer is 10%. Being taught it in medical school is one thing, but applying it on the job is another apparently.

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