I only picked the 90% figure because in demographic terms, it's a very significant percentage of the three populations I listed, and I thought I'd try be fair and give your hypothesis a reasonable, albeit very low, probability of success.Originally Posted by docluv45
But if you don't like 90%, make the figure 99% or 99.99%. Whatever you like. It's just that at these higher percentages all you need is one repondee to pick all the scents correctly, and it blows your hypothesis away. I was only trying to give your hypothesis some meagre chance.