LOL at whatever idiot researcher who thought that was a reliable testing method. Let's try to brainstorm a possible factor that could skew this study. Hmmm.....could it be that cities that are developed enough and have the money to implement things like SEP's are just generally more likely to have lower HIV transmission rates than cities like Cape Town or Mumbai?If that doesn't explain it for you, I'm not going to bother going any further.No, I'm someone who once took a course on statistics and understands the concept of correlation v. causation.
?? Read the ****ing post.LOL, which was?
"Whether or not something is generally a net positive is not the same as whether or not something is economically efficient."
Link?It is accepted that SEP/NEP's reduce the spread of HIV, of which the cost of doing so is fractional to the total benefit of the given state.
I don't need to, nor am I trying to, prove anything. You're doing a fine job of that yourself.Your talking out of a paper ***. So prove it or be gone!