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interpretation.

It's not worth reading anything with a that:

* Has a question mark in it.
* Has a conditional (may, might, could)
* Says "study finds"
* Mentions a correlation about two variables
* Starts with a number (it's going to be a )
* Is obvious .

I don't use a newsreader but I probably should, since the first five items on my list can be trivially filtered out by a .

Anything else I could add? Better if it is testable by automated means.

@rory
There is no such "law", it is another invention, as you can see if you look at the page history.

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