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I’m very excited this morning to present a remarkably improved surge scoring system. Here’s the summary: In the past we left out surging words that had a super high averages (e.g., “Wake”), and because of the old percentage-based model, those words appeared much more neutral in our results. Well, I fixed that and decided to make the scale itself much more readable.

In this new scale, my goal was to make 100 be the line that distinguishes Red Alert words, so today, we have “Dispute” which just barely misses that Red Alert mark. Dispute also barely missed it from the original scaling system AND the one we were using as of yesterday, so the Red Alert signals appear to still be in tact. I also tried to dampen out the violent movers that jump up and down almost daily. We’re looking for words that aren’t reliably cyclic per se. Lastly, because I finessed some minimum thresholds, the Caution area is perhaps suspect. I believe it’s close to 30 points in this new system, but we’ll have to see more runs to get that right.

So, in today’s run, the theme seems to be Dance Class (“dancing” and “twist”) and a drastic improvement in some dreaming protocol (or just dreaming in general)….and then “Finally things will improve”

In the loser section, “Days” and “Day” dropped big time, and we see the “Spell Breaking” again, which is super great for the apocalypse spike we saw the last two days. I am a little worried about “Computer died before snow wow days”


UP: dispute hours class dancing really help thanks twist look fly son mean cheating well game dreaming improve finally will things while work moment does idea coming

DOWN: intense happening figure cutting annoying wake curious dry little breaking spell stories girlfriend computer died before snow wow days explain day

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12/15/14 - by Eagle1 - 12-15-2014, 09:40 AM
RE: 12/15/14 - by Sherriann - 12-15-2014, 03:56 PM
RE: 12/15/14 - by emocmo - 12-15-2014, 05:17 PM
RE: 12/15/14 - by Eagle1 - 12-15-2014, 11:08 PM

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