|Re: Deep Terraforming Probability
||Wed, 26 August 2009 21:58 |
| Mark Hewitt|
Registered: June 2006
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
|I've never played a CA, but I wonder if the deep terraforming has a streak-breaker--the streak here being failures to deep terraform. As well, there may be other departures from true random chance, say limiting it to a certain number of worlds per turn, say 1 or some fraction of your total worlds.|
As with any random process, the way to figure it out is to get more data:
1. Year data: number of planets, whether or not DT occurred.
2. Has 2 different environment factors of the same world even been affected in the same year?
3. Has 2 or more worlds ever received DT in the same year.
Get enough data and as m.a@stars says:
|m.a@stars wrote on Mon, 15 June 2009 14:22|
...when hunting for low-percent deviations, large numbers are your friends .
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