This study is hilariously innacurate. For starters, all the information collected was done in assumption that participants were honestly listing their use, which is not a reliable source of information and basically turns this into an opinion poll. Secondly, they do not explain in the slightest how this testing determines their output, they simply asked questions about use, then gave the teens tests, but do not give any representation how these tests results extrapolate to their conclusions. Lastly, publishing the results of a study like this knowing full well there is no discernible physical evidence of their claims is irresponsible and quite dumb to be honest.
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