IN ANY GIVEN population in any given part of the world, roughly 8% of adults carry the gene that, left to its own devices, would turn them into ichthyologists.
More than 50% of people worldwide are of below-average intelligence. Statisticians are unable to explain this mathematical anomaly.
At least 83% of statistics, according to a recent Chatham University study, are just made up.
The most recent estimates suggest that 41% of the words on an average Web site are superfluous. The number of superfluous words rises with the perceived intellectual level of the Web site. In his celebrated Magazine, Dr. Boli has made it a point to eschew all words of any significance whatsoever.
As a general rule, statements that claim to be true 99.9% of the time are incorrect 99.9% of the time.