This post comes out of some data work I did for a research project a while back and I figure it might be useful to someone else too. 655 more words
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“Every morning I jump out of bed and step on a landmine. The landmine is me. After the explosion, I spent the rest of the day putting the pieces together” 1,359 more words
Yesterday I was sitting in my grey armchair, in the afternoon sun, reading a book called “Outliers – the story of success”.
The term outliers was a term I first encountered in a statistics class at university and in this definition of the term an outlier is “an oberservation that is markedly different (in value) than the others of the sample”. 364 more words
Well, it was Round Two with the infamous Cherokee Devil on the S3/Ep08 installment of Mountain Monsters. The AIMS team met with “Aaron,” a supposed Bigfoot expert who maintained that there had been 12 sightings of the Cherokee Devil in the past 3-1/2 years, following which encounters seven of the people involved had simply… 358 more words
The large positive surface temperature anomaly persist in the Arctic ocean as they have done for several months now. More precisely the anomaly is centred in the Barents sea and at the moment I make it +15°C above the 1948-2014 long-term average for that area for the first three weeks of April. 279 more words