Tag: statistics

Latest COVID-19 Stats and Commentary

Over the course of the last eleven months, I’ve found a lot of COVID-19 stats out there, but none which provides as much insight and actionable information as the following single spreadsheet. We’ll get right to it, followed by amplifying commentary. To view this full screen in a separate window, click here. The key question […]

2020 Election Fraud Revisited – WITH EVIDENCE

Todd Starnes asked what his readers thought about the election. Specifically: OPINION: Franklin Graham says he tends to agree with President Trump – that the election was either stolen or rigged. What say you, America? Starnes, T. (December 21, 2020). Franklin Graham: I tend to believe election was rigged or stolen. Retrieved from: https://www.toddstarnes.com/politics/franklin-graham-i-tend-to-believe-election-was-rigged-or-stolen/ My […]

COVID-19: Late June REALITY

The Internet remains chock full of COVID-19 buffoonery, if not bombastic bullshit. An ex-friend was calling for a mask-burning party. He’s got it in his thick, ignorant head that this is all a lie. I’ve tried informing him repeatedly that “stats don’t lie,” but he doesn’t understanding statistics and he’s got a little bit of […]

Statistics: Neither “lies” nor “damned lies”

Encountered yet another “lies, damned lies, and statistics” adherent this morning. My response: When you adhere to the rules of statistics, there are no “lies” or “damned lies.” There’s only statistics, which is neither. It’s a mathematical science, similar to the science of calculus, originally called infinitesimal calculus or “the calculus of infinitesimals”, which is […]