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A study’s p-value is the probability that your measurements could occur even if there’s no relationship with the variable you’re testing.  Smaller p-values suggest your observations are a good indication that the variables being tested and measured in your experiment Read more…


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From what we know about SARS-CoV-2, somewhere between 60 and 72 percent of a population needs to be immune to the virus for its spread to stop. That’s without taking isolation measures into account.   The exact number will depend Read more…


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The Fermi paradox describes the apparent contradiction between why there’s no evidence of extraterrestrial life, despite the fact that logically, it should have been discovered by now.    Named after Nobel Prize-winning nuclear physicist Enrico Fermi, who was sometimes known Read more…


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On Friday 13th November, Elon Musk took four rapid antigen tests for COVID-19. When the results came back two were negative and two were positive. Musk was alarmed. He took to Twitter complaining “Something extremely bogus is going on.”   What’s bogus Read more…


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Sixty percent of Americans agree that newly confirmed coronavirus cases are primarily caused by new infections, according to a new survey – but most Republicans blame increased testing instead.   The survey, conducted by Pew Research Centre, found that 62 percent of Read more…

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