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Idk, maybe it's a weird thing to nitpick about, but it's 3 AM and I aint planning on going to bed, so you'll be hearing me shouting to the clouds plenty today!

who believes in statistics anyways...?

There are lies, and there are damned lies... and then there are statistics.

So, would false statistics then be more truthful than normal statistics?There are lies, and there are damned lies... and then there are statistics.

Wait... did you just ask "Can a false lie be more truthful than a normal lie?" Yeah it could be, but only statistically... That's a deep question though, I'm still trying to think of which 1004 years Rome was an Empire during.So, would false statistics then be more truthful than normal statistics?

I don't know... depends on how you manipulate the data, not sure there is a false statistic unless you have absolutely no data, The answer to all questions is #42... so if you don't know just divide by 42.So, would false statistics then be more truthful than normal statistics?

...or a bunch of false and manipulated data.I don't know... depends on how you manipulate the data, not sure there is a false statistic unless you have absolutely no data, The answer to all questions is #42... so if you don't know just divide by 42.

Cough. We actually do something like that in AI development. It's a little more complex than using a constant value, but not appreciably more difficult.I don't know... depends on how you manipulate the data, not sure there is a false statistic unless you have absolutely no data, The answer to all questions is #42... so if you don't know just divide by 42.

So, yeah, same general effect. Imagine that, the world's most complex AI's are based on layers of "educated" guesses. We use averages

Very pleasantly surprised at how popular the Cutlass is- one of my favorite ships and I think hits the sweet spot in size and crew for day to day gameplay