This excess correlation and eigenvalue identity can be shown through many forms of numerical analysis in time and frequency domain. The problem remains that GW envelopes, fundamental properties (lum. distance, energy, mass, spin, etc.), autocorrelations, and spectral densities are identical to a scaling factor and with proper arrival time adjustment to the same attributes of the time series recording magnetospheric quasiperiodic boundary event. These coherent crossover events, often independent of substorms, also cause global near-simultaneous CG lightning are uncommon, and 11/yr are expected.

Thank you.

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I am not an expert in statistics as you are but it seems to me that the statistical significance depends on the experimental object and subject and its unknown unknowns… I mean if a test object requires a higher sigma level than it should in a series of tests compared to the mean, it is a sign of unknown unknowns. The Large Hadron Collider in that sense seems to defy the level of significance on more than the mean, probably due to its high level of complexity generating unknown unknowns.

What do you think?

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