Of course, since photo-alteration is spread wide across the world and the internet, pics are no longer reliable. This is why we must be lulled into a state of complacency before we can quickly accept a concept inside-out and outside-in; which is precisely what television does by whimsically weaving between fantasy and reality until we can't distinguish any longer. Why, just the other day I saw an ad for Fox News: "Fair and Balanced". What a convoluted slogan. I nearly fell out of my seat.
But sometimes willing curiosity prevails - the curiosity to actively study to unearth what lies at the heart of a person's claim. I will tell you this: Numbers and statistics lie. Have you read this book sim? You discover the truth by first deducing what is untrue. It would seem that statistics such as yours tend to stockpile contrived
evidence. Discard them and stop razing a ruckus. Mirror my book link to everyone you know. Even the review is satiable enough.
ps- I'm so sorry if I sound like Victor.