January 31st, 2008

Mr. Twister

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BETHESDA, Md. - Montgomery County police speed cameras have caught some vehicles going almost 100 mph over the speed limit. When Montgomery County decided to put up speed cameras, police said they knew they'd catch people going too fast.

The speed limit in front of Wheaton High School on the 4600 block of Randolph Road is 35 mph. Police in the county confirmed that on Nov. 14, just before 2 a.m., a fixed speed enforcement camera captured a car going 110 mph.

Правы Мандельброт с Талебом: нормальное распределение для моделирования автомобильных скоростей не подходит, нужно фрактальное!
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