The maths does not compute for me:
“Hence, if 63% of chickens hatch from ordinary eggs, then 64% hatch from processed ones.” How does the 64% follow from the 63%??
“It takes less than 6 hours to hatch chickens from clean eggs. Rather than the usual 22 to 24 hours, chickens emerge in 16 to 18 hours.” So do they hatch in 6, or 16 to 18 hours?
The maths did leave a bit to be desired.
Perhaps it got mixed up in the translation from Russian to English.
… more importantly, what came first? the eggs, the chickens, or the statistics?
Probably the Stats first so they could work out if eggs or chickens are next on the average median standard deviation of left or right of politics.
Aren’t they actually saying:
If the hatch rate is 63% from ordinary (Non-irradiated) eggs, we found that 64% hatched from processed (irradiated) ones. That is to say that there is no significant difference in hatch rates between irradiated and non-irradiated eggs. That’s how I read it!
It takes less than 6 hours to hatch chickens from clean eggs. Rather than the usual 22 to 24 hours, chickens emerge in 16 to 18 hours. ” So do they hatch in 6, or 16 to 18 hours?
Poor English (translation) - chickens hatch from irradiated eggs between 16 - 18 hours, which is 6 hours less than the hatching time from non-irradiated eggs, which is 22 to 24 hours.