Assuming it's not been photoshopped there's a sign to testify to it: Monowi, Nebraska currently has a population of 1.
Quora discussion. Suggestions include the Gambler's Fallacy, relative vs. absolute risk, the power of truly random sampling, and more.
How misleading counting by race is getting to be.
Ten percent of all married people now have a partner of a different race or ethnicity, he finds; likewise, more than 10 percent of babies born in the United States have mixed parentage. Fully 80 percent of those polyglot children have one non-Hispanic white parent. Yet official Census data categorize those children as minorities even when they identify as white.
Note that Raleigh-adjacent Cary NC does pretty well. (Cary stands locally for "Containment Area for Retired Yankees".)
"There are a few paths to food immortality. One is actually inventing a food with wide appeal and great lasting power throughout the centuries, or at least taking the credit."
Long but interesting story of fraud and its protectors on the island of Jersey.
Sounds reasonable to me.
"There are no mosquitoes in The Most Magical Place on Earth. That's right, Disney World is so dedicated to making sure you have the time of your life that they've made the bugs practically disappear. How do they pull that off? No, the answer isn't magic."
For your information.
"Imelda Marcos' famous collection of 3,000 shoes partly destroyed by termites and floods after lying in storage in the Philippines for 26 years since she exiled"
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