Faithful reader Kristen Hychka just sent me this. So is this an example of 'environmental flows'?
Of course, we're assuming Canada behaves as Edmonton does.
So where's the indication of Zach Parise's game-tying goal at the end of the third period? Probably a spike in 9-1-1 calls.
Kristen said this is an example of 'flowing data'. It should be noted that she works at Penn State's Wetlands Center.
For those of you in the engineering profession, the above graph comes as no surprise. I remember listening to a water utilities engineer talking about the precipitous pressure drops during halftime or timeouts during the Super Bowl.
Pardon the bathroom humor. As my wife is wont to say, "Once a high school sophomore, always a high school sophomore."
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