I didn't find it in the news, but a real life example of what I understand from the lesson on Correlation vs. Causation.
I would like to add an example of this that happened to me the other day. We all know that many of the new faucet installations in public bathrooms have motion activation. You wave your hand in front of the faucet and the water runs. When you are done the water stops. Well the other day I was in a public bathroom without this type of installation.
So I thought of this "correlation" and "causation" lesson. Newer "automatic" taps are a "causation" for some people who forget to shut off the water from manual taps.
Does that reflect our lesson?, Is my explanation understandable?
asked 30 Apr, 11:15
Here is a link to a subject that I have been curious about for some time.
answered 02 May, 06:10