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One percent

The intrinsic link between crime and pollution proven. Not.

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47 minutes ago, One percent said:

http://www.guardian-series.co.uk/news/16200430.Pollution_is_a_major_cause_of_rising_crime_levels/

A new study claims that air pollution is a major cause of the rising levels of crime - including shoplifting and pickpocketing - in the capital.

As reported by Professor lapping from poppleton university. 

Well i talked to a environmental officer once in Port Talbot steel works and asked about air pollution in the town from the works,she said it was not to bad ,the problem was over the mountain as that where the prevailing SW winds took the nasty stuff  and it landed on Maesteg  .....i think they are onto something   

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Are you suggesting a causal relationship, or a statistical correlation?☺️

Spot the difference!

Edited by MrPin

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8 minutes ago, MrPin said:

Are you suggesting a causal relationship, or a statistical correlation?☺️

Spot the difference!

You'll be telling me next that nocturnal animals don't feed off moonlight.

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Just now, onlyme said:

You'll be telling me next that nocturnal animals don't feed off moonlight.

I'll be charging my electric moped off lunar cells?

 

People wear hats in both sun and rain, but I would not argue that millinery causes extreme weather.

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