Your comments reminds me of something I saw a professor who taught statistics do
practically every semester.
The professor walks into class, says nothing and writes on the blackboard:
IN GOD WE TRUST,
after a minute or two the professor would write:
ALL OTHERS MUST HAVE DATA
Sometimes the most important things you learn only take a few minutes, but they
stay with you for a lifetime.
And data isn't somebody taking a filter apart and comparing to others, it isn't
the parts guy who says everybody who comes in here with a blown engine was
using a Fram filter or PenzOil.
Vern & Betsi Lyle wrote:
> Ok, does anyone have any concrete evidence that Fram filters are not suitable
> for our cars? Not the old "I have a friend who blew up his motor and I KNOW
> it was because of the Fram filter he used" or "I sold filters and the Fram is
> junk" stuff. Not just opinions, any scientific test results?
> If so, publish them and let's see if the Fram Tech Rep can refute them.
> Shooting the guy as he rides in carrying money doesn't seem like a good way to
> start a relationship to me.