Lots of studies. Very few, if any, provide any useful information with respect to low to moderate (depending how you structure the question) risk of death.
Many of their so-called "studies", in addition to other flaws, prove nothing more than that there is almost certainly not a HIGH risk of death.
Yeah, well duh!
With sample sizes in the range of 20 or 40, it is as if they're trying to avoid the low-end of single digits risk of death (again, depending on how you structure the question).
These are well-educated people. They attended Statistics-101. They know that many of their studies do not even begin to answer The Question. They know exactly what they're doing.
But Judge Braidwood et al saw right through it.
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