paul wheaton wrote:
Anne Miller wrote:What about sprouting grains for animal feed?
Or, more accurately, "sprouting grains for winter animal feed"?
Brianna said: My only need from the front yard is a small area that can be walked on next to the driveway (currently a mud pit that requires me to shimmy past). I'd also like something aesthetically pleasing if possible, versus something solely utilitarian.
pay attention to a study’s sample size. Researchers are less likely to successfully replicate others’ results if the study looked at a small number of people or companies, for example. Similarly, consider the peculiarities of the sample or the study’s methods. How did the researchers come to study the specific sample they did? What kinds of factors could have skewed the results? Finally, always remember: If a study’s results sound too good to be true, they probably are.