Authors: James Gunasekera
We discuss the seven-object criterion and the Quaoar Criterion, and test the hypothesis proposed during discussion on the web forum: the percentage of persons satisfying the Quaoar Criterion must be significantly lower than the expected value for the military men. We discuss the difference between single-bit criteria and summing criteria and then introduce the improved summing seven-object criterion. The Quaoar Criterion, the ISSO Criterion, and 54 similar criteria are applied to all four Gauquelin data sets; we test the hypothesis which is quite similar to Gauquelin's own findings: every planet introduces a unique influence (or correlation), therefore similar criteria containing different planets can be used to distinguish between professional groups (three groups in this study: sportsmen, military men, scientists plus medical doctors). We try to explore thoroughly all cases with deviation outside the range [-3, +3] standard deviations.
Comments: 11 pages.
[v1] 16 Jun 2011
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