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November 14, 2006


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Richard Johnson

Phil, I'm a big fan, but how can you recommend using Worldometers statistics [even 'roughly about' statistics], when you're 'not entirely sure where they get their data'??

Phil Bradley

Well, to be fair, I don't actually >recommend< it - I said it was useful in situations where you didn't have to be precise with your data. I do take your point though Richard, and perhaps I should have extended my review to say 'For example, you might want to casually drop into a dinner conversation that the Earth's weight is 6,608,045 trillion tons' which I'd thought of doing, but thought I'd save my fingers a few keystrokes!

For serious work however, no - it wouldn't be at the top of my list. I hope that's clarified it for you. :)

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