Questioning Stats: Colorblindness.
Hello, lovely souls! We hope you are staying warm today! Thank you for stopping by our blog when you didn’t have to! Based on research of DiD, spanning almost 7 years, we have learned one thing. No one can come to any kind of conclusion of what the actual stats of DiD actually are – Which means everyone is wrong, by default. Which kind of is a problem for us, personally for a few different reasons.
The numbers are so shockingly and ridiculously high in some studies (40-/+), they cannot be taken seriously as reference material. People are actually claiming that “DiD is not rare” – We can entertain that idea for a few minutes but we have a serious question to fellow bloggers, researchers and doctors, if that is the case.
If DiD isn’t rare and the numbers of sufferer’s are as high as 40 percent, per capita, why is it that a hugely disproportionate number of Caucasian women (selection bias) seem to be the ones affected by “DiD” the most?
Nope, something’s not adding up, as per usual.
Which is a big problem for those who have been misdiagnosed.
Stay perfect people because you do it so well!