A term used to validate some erroneous claim. Usually the sources of the "studies" are not revealed. People will use the anonymous "studies" as some sort of statistical evidence.
Studies show that a person's level of happiness is directly linked to his or her involvement in community service.
by Turkey Trot January 21, 2011
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No I believe it because the studies show that it's what's happening. Therefore, it isn't a belief. It is a true thing that is happening, actually.
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