Great example of how correlation does NOT imply causation. It is sad that most people do not understand science. Ask your students to propose other reasons for the data such as poverty or access to health care. Better yet, have them come up with other positive correlations with infant mortality such as number of supermarkets or number of television sets.
Love the "black eye" analogy. It works both ways when you say correlation does not equal causation.......The argument most mandatory vaccination pushers use against us is not what it seems. Writer Courtney Charles breaks down the myth.
The following is a statement made by the executive producer of the controversial documentary Vaxxed... http://www.march-against-monsanto.com/vaxxed-a-statement-from-the-producer-of-controversial-film-exposing-cdc-corruption-mmrautism-link/