6 examples that correlation does not imply causality

Is Facebook the cause of the serious economic crisis in Greece? Was the fashion of calling babies Ava the cause of the American housing bubble? This infographic created by 6 examples that correlation does not imply causality

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Figure 1: Is Facebook Creating the Greek Crisis?

Comparison of the evolution of the number of Facebook users with the risk premium in Greece

Figure 2: Is Global Warming Being Spread By Scientists?

Comparison of the evolution of global temperature with the expenditure on R&D in the National Science Foundation.

Figure 3: Did babies named Ava cause the housing bubble?

Comparison of the evolution of the number of newborns named Ava in the US and the price of real estate.

Figure 4: Will you lead Night Shyamalan good movies again if people come back to buy more newspapers?

Comparison of Newspaper Revenue Evolution with Night Shyamalan Movie Ratings

Figure 5: Did television boycott the candidacy of Michelle Bachmann removing the reality show from the air Staten Island cakes?

Comparison of the evolution of the popularity of Michelle Bachmann and the share of Staten Island cakes.

Figure 6: Is this mountain affecting the homicide rate?

Comparison of the evolution of the homicide rate in New York State with the shape of a mountain.