Walker’s laws

by Captain Walker

Categories: Health, Humanities, Law and order

1 – Politics can bend science.

2 – Politics can bend minds.

3 – Politics can cover up the truth.

4 – Mathematics and the truth are good friends.

5 – Mathematics cannot be bent by politics.

6 – The truth will always prevail, even if delayed by politics.

7 – Bent minds create bent statistics*, for the pleasure of bent politicians.

[*Statistics is the application of mathematics, not mathematics in itself.]

 

Apply (or not) the above, to COVID or a certain garden partay! But everybody is entitled to believe that it was work, cuz their leader says so. Tough.


Other posts that may interest you...

Echo responsivity

At the outset, this is not an attempt to diagnose any person or allude to diagnosis of any person. Let me repeat that two more times. At the outset, this is not an attempt to diagnose any person or allude to diagnosis of any person. At the outset, this is not an attempt to diagnose any person ... Read more

Fifteen observations on stupid statements and stupid people.

Having reflected on another of Kevin’s brilliant editorials I wish to add my own observations: Stupid statements are generated more often than not by stupid people. Seemingly intelligent people are also capable of generating stupid statements. Rocks, bricks, sticks, stones and lower forms of animal life cannot be expected to generate stupid statements. Stupid statements ... Read more

The truth is almost dead in a modern world

In general people say that they value the truth. However, when a would-be truth is unpalatable or does not fit with their individual values or knowledge-base, it is not allowed. I’m speaking in general of course, so unable to cater for obvious exceptions. The word ‘truth’ has become closer to what individuals and large groups ... Read more