Just a quick thought on how to win (…or better, to loose…) in the CF open: Continue reading
…or is he just really crap at cutting videos?
I am currently reading the Perfect Health Diet book, and whilst I do overall like it, I am taken aback by some of the “science” that is cited. Which is the shame – there is a lot of science cited in there, and most of it sounds reasonable to the untrained eye, so bloopers like this one are really not necessary, because they undermine the confidence. For the record, my impression so far of the book is very good. I do perceive a tendency though to overplay his hand and in particular to present his 20/15/65 ratio as the only way to go. I would think that there is a bit more variation… Continue reading
This is amazing – there was this man was able to predict the 21-17 accurately. Scientists say that the probability that someone gets the final score right is smaller than 1:1000, and this guys is a genius, – scientifically speaking with a “confidence of 99.9%”. In order to understand how amazing this is it is important to know that most medical and nutritional studies are done at a confidence level of typically 95% or 99% (rare). This may not sound like a big difference, but it in fact is: the important number is the residual – 0.1%, 1%, 5% – so the finding that the man is a genius is 10-50x “stronger” than that of the average medical or nutritional study.