Tag Archives: Statistics

Science Vs Parole Judges

We hope that while you find today’s information interesting, you never have to personally use it out there in the real world. This is because this week’s Reality Swipe puts us smack bang in the centre of the legal system! … Continue reading

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A Scientifically Sound Way to Improve Your Chances With The Opposite Sex

New research sheds light on human decision making that can make you appear more attractive to potential partners. When we are looking for love, it’s hard to know who to turn to for advice. Romantic films seem unrealistic, friends advice … Continue reading

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The Rise and the Fall of a Violent Society

How new research can explain the unexpected world wide trends in violent crime reduction. When someone mentions ‘Lead’ what springs to mind? Chemistry enthusiasts are shouting arrogantly at their screens that, “it it has an atomic number of 82” and, … Continue reading

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Welcome to Reality Swipe

Reality Swipe is the champion of Science, Statistics and Research! Here we look at what’s happening in the news. The difference? well instead of taking a random stab at causes for an issue – the tactic chosen by most social … Continue reading

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