Oh, for crying out loud, how much more do we have to spend on academic studies that your grandma habitually published to anyone who'd listen without so much as asking, much less seeking funds for them?
Test of your own ID photograph 'helps to spot late dementia'
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I like this one, too, wherein two cups of "cocoa" a day are supposed to help... something something... something something... more studies needed...
They didn't even define what a cup of "cocoa" is for that study! How do we know it's not the milk or sugar that's affecting people, if there are any effects whatsoever? This is yet another "experts agree no causal link found, just correlation" study.
Ridiculously poor (or poorly presented) science plus incompetent journalism equals:
F(something something)K ALL!
Has anyone else noticed that traditional elements once required for news articles (who, what, when, why, etc.) seem to be optional these days?
I blame Thatcher for giving everyone several A-Level grade A passes so they could go to university instead of joining the Jobcentre queues.
Labour wasn't working, remember?
Wouldn't want to be seeking the Truth, when it's all written out for us in a document produced 2,000 years ago by a load of confused but power hungry old men would we. No - screw the scientific method - who needs it when we have the Daily Mail?
Should have relied on the authority of Elders - oh, here's a good example:
OK, Al. You've made your point as best you can.
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