Originally Posted by fastdadio
Has the author of said book engaged in either or both actvities, Or has he simply re-hashed data read from other sources? I am very skeptical of authors and self professed 'experts'. There are simply too many variables in war to make this comparison vaible.
I guess he looks at death rates for both activities and does a pretty simple comparison.
To be honest I think that the stats make sense. I used to be a volunteer fireman and I came across several motorcyclists who had fatal crashes. I really didn't see that many dead by other means. It was the predominant mode of death around my area. No idea how many were drunk