### ❮ 2010 ❯

#### Baktun #9, 5th Sun. Dates from +435.87 to +830.14

**Chronological view: cumulative distribution function of crop circles for the year 2010.**

This graph shows the evolution of the cumulative number of crop circles (y axis) for the year 2010 (x axis). Each dot corresponds to the emergence of a new crop circle at date x.

What you can see in red, (particularly since 2004), it's a "S" curve which is an integral distribution of a gaussian function. The main parameters of this curve are the *median point μ* and the *standard deviation σ*. The *median point* is the median day for a season. The *standard deviation* expresses how much this curve is flat around its median day. Typically, a smaller standard deviation means a steeper "S" curve.

Even if they seem to rely on the "good will" of crop-circles makers, these parameters depend mostly on the wheat production and ultimately ... on the weather !

This tool can help us to predict the evolution of the number of crop circles each year and ... even the global crop production!

As shown hereafter, there is also a connexion with the mayan calendar (see time arrow below) and the generation of symbols according to the parameters of this distribution function.

Cumulative number of crop circles c(x) : | |||

Cumulative distribution function f(x) : | |||

Parameters for the year | : | 2010 | |

Number of crop circles referenced | c : | 111 | |

Normalized number of crops | n : | 113 | |

Median day for the season | μ : | July 7, 2010 05:06:00 | |

Standard deviation (in days) | σ : | 36.731152 |

**Year 2010**

**Baktun #9, 5th Sun**

## Date |
## Symbol |
## Date f(x) |
## Comments |
## Picture |
---|---|---|---|---|

2010-05-22 | Euler identity | +476.94 | Recognized as e^(iπ) +1=0 but with errors | |

2010-06-13 | Bhudism atomism | +536.37 | e=mc² in a lotus flower. Buddhist atomism Emergence of the conception of matter as energy in buddhist atomism, a philosophy that flourished on the Indian subcontinent in the 7th century. Major indian Buddhist atomist philosophers were Dharmakirti (±600 - ?) and Dinnaga (480 - 540 CE), considered atoms to be point-sized, durationless, and made of energy. | |

2010-06-21 | Golden Number (Phi) | +565.77 | ||

2010-07-30 | Shroud of Turin | +724.68 | First negative print of Jesus' face. And ... negative timeline. The two images show differences as if there were two Shroud of Turin: an original and a forgery | |

2010-07-30 | Shroud of Turin | +724.68 | Second negative print of Jesus' face. And ... negative timeline. The two images show differences as if there were two Shroud of Turin: an original and a forgery | |

2010-08-16 | Zoroaster | +775.2 |