"It's like 77...75 to about 88 is actually when our side operations in partnership with Spokane police kind of go on high alert," said Executive Director of [GangFest] Matt Santangelo. "Anything above that they aren't as worried about fights any longer because people are too hot, too tired," Mike said.Pulling it out of the poor mediasatan writing: 77 to 88 is the danger range. Below 77 anger doesn't develop; above 88 it's not worth the effort. = = = = = If we're running the TEDX evolution routine with savannahs and sabertooths and all that, we should ask why humans would need to fight in that particular range. I've been reading about Goias, which is described thusly:
Goias has a tropical wet and dry savanna climate (Köppen-Geiger classification: Aw) with a pronounced dry season in the low-sun months , no cold season, wet season is in the high-sun months.Sounds like TEDX country for sure. Those temps stand out in the climate records. 77 is daily mean and 88 is daily max pretty much all year. It's exact for December, the wettest month. TEDX conclusion: Warriors need to be ready to fight in the daytime, year-round. Sleep when it's dark, fight when it's light. You could extend this to other forms of work. Anger helps to harvest crops, hammer iron, build stone walls, sharpen flints, and discipline subordinates.
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