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Your point is well taken, but I can't help feeling that the original post and this entire discussion are ultimately worthless without specifics and examples regarding the test what the original author was complaining about.

Yes, we should confirm our biases with studies, but at an even more basic level, we don't even know what we're arguing about here.

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