Uni Blake Takes on Anecdotal Evidence Against Natural Gas

Uni Blake explains the problems with anecdotal evidence used by natural gas opponents. While the general public may find anecdotal evidence highly compelling, most scientists are suspicious of data that rests on anecdotes. The idea research can be based solely on pooling more than one anecdote to create data is problematic – more than one anecdote is just more anecdote(s), not data. The study released recently by Earthworks’ Oil and Gas Accountability Project, “Gas Patch Roulette” is an example.


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