11 March 2011 - Tsunami Hits Japan and Hawaii
Axis term: TSUNAMI JAPAN at skip -2192 (ELS Rank 1)
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX. As is my standard protocol, no significance is assigned to the axis term, TSUNAMI JAPAN, although it is one letter more than what I usually find a-priori. The key words DISASTER and (5)5771/2011 are only 4 letters. There were actually two 4-letter words sought for DISASTER. These terms were more likely to be present than not. HAWAII had about 1 chance in 2.4 to be there, and THE WATERS at skip +1 had about 1 chance in 10 to be there. Most significant was THE SEA AND DIVIDE IT which only had about 1 chance in 631 to be there, but there are surely other references of the splitting of the sea that could have been matched with the axis term. No significance is assigned to EARTHQUAKE because it is at an ELS of 5. I normally do not give weight to a 3-letter term when the letters are more than 3 letters apart from each other. These short words usually come up like buckshot all over my computer screen when I look for them. They are rarely significant. Overall, the matrix was rated at a p value of about 3.97 X E-5 (1 chance in 25,106) – but most of its value is with the phrase THE SEA AND DIVIDE IT. There are terms that I have not yet looked for (like California, which was hit by the tsunami, or other places that might be affected). Further efforts to examine the matrix will have to wait until after the Jewish Sabbath.