Poll: correlations



  • If you think you can get away with that, you've got another _____ coming.
    [poll name=thingthink]

    • thing
    • think
      [/poll]
      0.99999... equals exactly 1.
      [poll name=recurring]
    • false
    • true
      [/poll]
      I chose the first option on both the above polls, or the second option on both the above polls.
      [poll name=correlated]
    • false
    • true
      [/poll]


  • [poll]

    • = causation
    • ≠ causation
      [/poll]

  • Impossible Mission Players - A

    No idea what this one is about TBH.



  • Does it count if I looked it up first?



  • Conclusion: the less trivial a question is, the more people will fear the repercussions of "getting it wrong", even in anonymous polls.

    <script> Conclusion drawn based on current poll results. Any changes to the results afterwards are a statistical error.


  • Trademark Owners Often Can ________ the First-Sale Doctrine

    [poll name=refute]

    • rebut
    • refute
    • repudiate
    • reject
      [/poll]

    …this paper argues that it may well be in poor people’s interests for their governments to ________ debt.

    [poll name=repudiate]

    • rebut
    • refute
    • repudiate
    • reject
      [/poll]

    Belmonte, Lakas ________ plan to slash pork barrel

    [poll name=reject]

    • rebut
    • refute
    • repudiate
    • reject
      [/poll]

    A Jesuit priest has taken to YouTube and his blog to ________ arguments raised by British physicist Stephen Hawking.
    [poll name=rebut]

    • rebut
    • refute
    • repudiate
    • reject
      [/poll]

    Answers in raw.


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