The Selection and Documentation of Supporting Data (by Sam Tucker)
Conclusions supported by data generated, gathered, selected, documented and interpreted with prejudice, are likely to be errors in the form of “pre-drawn conclusions” sometimes resulting from seeds planted by those influencing with their “suggested delusions”, tainted by wrongful motivation with premeditation, as their agendas are fostered by the twisting of truth and reality at the expense of others clarity.
Without independent researchers collecting current unadulterated data with (unadulterated) motives, documentation and interpretation). . . Reliable data often becomes discarded, as opposing data is kept and recorded to support prefabricated ideas that serve a select group in control of the proses. Mass delusion can result when those promoting the error are given control of the selection and/or documentation for an extended period of time. . . opposing data is discarded liberally to magnify the supportive data that is recorded and protected thus error can appear true when those studding data do not gather their own without influence. Some become susceptible to the deceptions of others who select and interpret the data they rely on for their truth. All those who question such “authority” face great difficulty, without the support of those foisting their own agenda. Some continue promoting error as truth because they have been taught error and they have been conditioned not to question the reliability of the interpretations they have been taught.
Those viewing the results should be familiar with the agenda surrounding the generation and selection of the data used in drawing conclusions. (Is the selection of data based on reliability and truth? Was the data skewed for a particular purpose? or Was it generated and recorded arbitrarily?) These questions should be asked and answered.
Intellectual honesty is essential for good data and it’s correct interpretation.
“Consistency alone can be trusted to repeat itself, if it is not, it is not consistent and may be subject to an unknown variable such as human error.”
(Any reflection of any particular person or event is coincidental. These observations are generalities; gathered from many locations, in the presence of many organizations, under the command of numerous authorizations, while working in a number of institutions, voluntarily profiting while being educated for a period of time.)
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