old hand wrote:
Indeed. Though I continue to cling to the idea that Rojo means well, this post and the one about the 32-minute 5k runner who improved by 7% wearing the Vaporfly are, well, hard to swallow. Is he really as dumb as he so often seems? My god, we have years of evidence that he is barely literate on top of everything else, and the unprofessional way that this site is managed.... I'm going to continue to give him the benefit of the doubt and assume that he is just posting random click-bait to help the LRC business.
Rojo has found his level wrote:
The Daily Mail, well done, you raise the tone of your message board consistently.
I found it to be fascinating - same thing with the Vaporfly video. I assume both are garbage and figured someone would have the facts and be able to share them here. So far, no one has done so. I've got a lot of speculation but I'm looking for facts.
If you didn't realize it, I posted it all as a question and asked, could this possibly be true? Instead of answering the question, you get mad at me for asking the question.
I was looking for something like the answer below. A brilliant answer by one of Princeton's most famous students .
Alexi Santana wrote:
For example on the grocery finding - I bet it's harder to get groceries delivered in more rural areas, so those getting groceries delivered are in more urban areas that are more likely to have hotspots and many people nearby. So the correlation makes sense, but it's not causation.