Last week we put in our time studying the mountains of New Hampshire in order to schuss high alpine powder safely. Indeed, after hours of number crunching, a day of reconnaissance, and an evening of libations, in the end we arrived at New Hampshire’s magic mathematical secret: 1 inch=1 foot. For this trip we just tweaked a few parameters in our equations in order to tailor the calculations to Vermont. Then after we re-ran the simulations we discovered another surprising mathemagical fact: 6 inches (ok ok… 5 and a half)=1 meter. Discover more in the full TR:
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