See also Rule 63, which is both often confused with this and constantly overlapped. Not only would such a list cover potentially every work ever, but we're also not interested in being the Net's "How To Find Rule 34 Stuff" — you will need to look elsewhere if you want to find .Not to be confused with these other rule 34's (though overlap with this rule is guaranteed): See also Gone Horribly Right. At most, you can see our pages for The Rule of First Adopters and Parallel Porn Titles to witness how the rule applied even before the Web was invented.In his book, “Dataclysm,” he points out that who we want to be and who we really are can be two very different things.Data reveals truths that we might not want to say out loud.Was God using our modern calenders and nautical miles for events? Why measure to London just because it took over that area of the world in 1917 and then apply London to the year 1948 because it is 1948 nautical miles to London?The British hindered the return of the Jews in the end, so it seems more fitting to me use the nautical miles to the UN in New York city should be used but that distance would not fit the 1948 theory.As in the Bible Code, what we have here more likely than not, is selecting what supports the theory and ignoring what does not.
Instead of the female curve, which suggests that 34-year-old women like 34-year-old men, men find 20 year-old women most physically appealing, no matter how old they were. This doesn’t mean that 40 year old men want to MARRY that 20 year old woman, only that they find her the most physically appealing.
that even those with only a cursory awareness of the Internet are aware of this rule even if they don't know it has a name.
While the original architects of the Internet had grandiose goals of research and data sharing, we all know what Joe Everyman is going to use it for: pornography!
While statistics can, theoretically, be used to prove/disprove anything, smart people can usually see through the lies to focus on the numbers.
Christian Rudder, president of Ok Cupid, is the guy who digs up the numbers from the millions of people using his free dating site.
Now, it's not that everyone online is just looking for pornography; it's just that it's very be made." This basically means that if you notice you can't find porn of something, and point it out, somebody will be happy to draw/write/find it for you in pretty short order, if only to maintain the Rule 34.