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Simple Math is Far From Normal in Russia

Russians voted yesterday to elect Vladimir Putin to a 6 year term as president. Apparently, they also voted down one of the most basic mathematical theories: most complex social phenomenon, e.g. elections, follow a normal distribution – they look like … Continue reading

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Russian Elections Failure, Farce and Falsification

“Putin’s power is weakened”, “Communists gain seats in the Duma” screamed the headlines on Monday. Dramatic? Yes. Is THAT the story? No. Not even close. Unfortunately for Russia’s young democracy, the real story is far more sensational. The real story … Continue reading

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