Fun with electrons

Rub rub rub!  We're transferring electrons.

Rub rub rub! We’re transferring electrons, classic fun. 

It sticks!  Now here's a lesson in the dangers of correlations being construed as causations:  If Milo roars, the balloon falls.  He thinks his roar CAUSES the balloon to come down.

It sticks! Now here’s a lesson in the danger of correlations being construed as causations: If Milo roars, the balloon falls. He thinks his roar CAUSES the balloon to come down.  Right, like Mommy making tea causes the day to start. 

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3 thoughts on “Fun with electrons

  1. Well, my educated guess from years of experience is that about 2/3-3/4 of adults also don’t understand the difference between causation and correlation, or coincidence, for that matter.

  2. Want more does a little man have if not his roar? At least he didn’t think to try throwing his breakfast at it. Not yet at least!

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