# Is Jade Helm More About War or Martial Law? A Statistical Analysis

by Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show

## No Shortage of Tips

People often ask me how I make the decisions on what to cover and how I connect the dots. Some have told me that I have the rare ability to connect dots and come to coherent connections which reveals the true nature related to some set of circumstances. How do I do it? I cheat!  Actually, I use the research and statistical strategies that I have been trained in to make these connections.

Please allow me to say that there are no absolute foolproof methods of analysis. However, there are tried and true methods that when consistently employed can yield much quicker and better analyses than random chance guessing which is what I see a lot of on many sites.

Briefly, here are two examples, derived from a plethora of strategies, of how I use my training to form conclusions and then make near-term projections based upon the data. Using these strategies connected to probability modeling, I am right far more than I am wrong, because I follow the pattern of odds once that pattern begins to emerge in a data set.

Briefly, I often follow two strategies when sifting through large amounts of data being sent to me. One qualitative strategy that I employ is to make conclusions regarding the consistent themes of the data is to create a computerized raw frequency count along with subject specific subcategories regarding preprogrammed variables as benchmarks for analysis. This enables me to find patterns that the average person, not privy to the data, would miss.  I also use a computer based statistical analysis program which correlates variables I program into the analysis. This allows me to narrow down related variables very quickly and this also allows me to ignore “the noise”. I am also able to avoid most the Disinfo trolls deception strategies by following my methods and the deception is easy to pick out because the deception pattern is not consistent or tied to other variables (e.g. correlation analysis). I am amazed how unsophisticated most trolls are.

I get lots of practice employing statistical and research based strategies to from conclusive patterns because I often receive several hundred emails per day. Over half of these emails are providing what the sender believes is direct evidence of some nefarious activity by representatives of the present administration. There is so much to choose from, it can often be difficult to even know where to start. By employing a number of research based strategies with various data-mining techniques, both email and Internet traffic can be scanned for consistencies and it is a simple and quick process if one knows how to copy and paste and properly program the search parameters.

Now that I have provided a simple and very brief glimpse into data analysis, here is an example of representative communications which follow patterns worthy of notation.

## Combat Readiness vs. Martial Law

The following communication from Idaho is so very typical of what is going on all over this country. In fact, this email, along with the accompanying pictures is typical of the most commonly observed military preparations going on all across the country. In fact, the data counts tell me that the military is far more concerned, at least in the short-term, about combat preparations than they are martial law preparations. The following typical email comes from a person who calls himself “Beach83″.

Dave ,
This train (one of many) left Pocatello about 1:30 PM today.   Going south
I am sending only a few pics as I don’t want to overwhelm your system.  Pics include M-109 155mm Howitzers which many would think are tanks, M1 Abrams tanks, Bradley fighting vehicles, Humvees, ambulances, numerous trucks with unusual equipment on trailors, large potable water stations, conex conatiners, armored units which could be c/c (command / control- but doubtful as they are not tracted or wheeled).  No vehicle bumber numbers for unit designation but all marked US Army- to include the conex containers.  Resembles an A/C unit (armored cavalry) and not straight armor, more probably for a field depot.  The large water storage tanks were the first I have seen and not designed to be moved often.

idPlease sign me “Beach83″

Dave,
In the last email I neglected to mention there were at least 3 M88 VCRs (Vehicle Tracted Recovery)  These monster have 1,200 HP and can pull three tanks at 30 mph.  They can also lift a pack (engine and transmission) out of a tank and replace it in 20 minutes with a really good crew.

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