Why analyse what I’ve already analysed?

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A couple of weeks ago I analysed one of my own made up statements: Mad Cow Disease is breaking out in cats. When I analysed my statement I believed it to be fictional.

Since writing ‘What to Analyse?‘ I have talked to a friend of mine, The Crazy Cat Chick. We further analysed my fictional statement, with surprising results…

We found this article that says that Mad Cow Disease is possible in cats. And it has a name, feline spongiform encephalopathy (FSE). FSE is the cat form of Mad Cow Disease. There have been more than 100 cases reported in Europe. Cats get FSE by eating contaminated meat.

So… I made up the truth! Sort of…

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