Book Review Of The Day – Fake Science: Exposing the lefts skewed statistics, fuzzy facts and dodgy data

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The Whaleoil Book Club is a compilation of recommended books from readers

This holiday season we are going to review approximately one book per day so that it gives people a chance to do their own research on the books and authors by using the links provided and not miss out by being bombarded by a whole lot at once.

The purpose is to share with others sources of information and/or entertainment to aid with relaxing as people take some time off work.

Each post is set out with the name of who submitted it, the name of the book and author and a short review in the form of a comment from whoever submitted it.

Todays review came from Justo


Fake Science: Exposing the lefts skewed statistics, fuzzy facts and dodgy data

By Austin Ruse

Justo said:

“Fake Science is an easy to read book for the intelligent person. Each chapter stands alone on topics that SJWs like to win with emotion. When SJWs introduce so called facts they are often far from the truth as illustrated with examples in this book. Topics include polling errors, transgender issues, homosexuality, abortion, STDs, parenting, food, poverty/welfare, environment, global warming, overpopulation and more. The book offers a lot in terms of evidence and data to support views that seem evident on the right but are misreported and wrapped in emotion by those on the left. A good example pertains to homosexuality where it is often claimed 10% of the population are homosexual. In fact a CD study found\d the number closer to 1.6%. Facts like this make interesting reading and the book is well referenced. Unfortunately most SJWs are not open to s act based discussion but for those of us wanting a true understanding of the statistics behind]=d many current topics this book is great place to start.”

Amazon said: “You’d think we were living in the golden age of science and reason. But the truth is far more sinister, says Austin Ruse. We’re actually living in the age of the low information voter, easily mislead by all-too-convincing false statistics and studies. In Fake Science, Ruse debunks so-called “facts” used to advance political causes one after the other, revealing how poorly they stand up to actual science.”

 

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