After all this time has the Independent finally got to the bottom of the horror of the Hillsborough disaster.
There it is. Nike airs are to blame.
In further revelations on page 6 it seems that both the Fukashima and Chernobyl melt downs were due to engineers and technicians refusing to carry out essential maintenance in their pants and vests when they'd forgotten their overalls.
The Daily Mail uncovers those dastardly scientists have been pulling the wool over our eyes for years and actually the planet's A/C is set to cool. Don't take their word for it, here's a graph so you know they've got their science shit together.
Irrefutable eh? Look at the "Heavy Black Line" it's close to the edge of the 95% confidence interval. This surely means that - sometime in the future - it'll fall outside of that and we can all start filling up the Land Rover with leaded four star and piping the fumes directly into kitten's lungs. No harm, no foul - the graph says they'll be fine.
Let's think about it though what it's saying in the real world is that there's a 5% chance any data point could fall outside that range. Five points in every hundred will be above or below the light red area.
So how often do we ever see a 5% chance coming off? Perhaps the Daily Mail has some examples...