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Ken

There is also the situation of the "bad" year for accidents in a state or country, which justifies a need to increase fines, spend more on roadworks or other strategy. It almost always seems to work, due to regression to the mean rather than solving any problem.

Daily Ponsel

So if you did apply a safety measure, it would need to produce a massive effect beyond the regression to the mean.

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