Loki,Thank you for your insightfull post; you hit the nail right on the head. As you note, coincidence is a good starting point when looking for explanation, but coincidence in itself does not imply causality. And leaping to make that link for explanation is a fallacy often perpetrated by those who twidle statistics. It's the boon and bane of the social sciences.db
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