There is an old joke about reasoning, logic and facts:
The bartender asks the guy if he knows what logic is?
The guy says - "no".
So, he asks him if he got matches in his pocket?
The guy says - "yes".
"Well," explains bartender - "If you have matches, then maybe you are a smoker, and if you are a smoker, then maybe some times you go to the bar, and if you go out regularly then maybe some day you'll meet a nice girl, and you'll marry her, and you'll have kids...Got it?"
Guy walks to his friend, and asks him if he got matches?
"No" - answers a friend.
"That means you'll never have kids!" - says the guy.
The point of this joke here, is that the author uses same "logic" in this book.
I'm not a "fact hunter", but books like this one MUST present the correct information.
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