What matters much more than the data are the activity periods derived from the data—determined by a complex process that involves logarithms, trigonometry, and a least three sets of dice. Long story short, there were two “major” periods of activity yesterday. The first was one of “insanely awesome activity” from 10:39 p.m. to 1:39 a.m. This wouldn’t have done me much good because at the time, I was 0% illuminated—not to mention prone and snoring. The second involved compulsory wildlife calisthenics, including jumping jacks, burpees, and pullups from 4:48 p.m. to 6:48 p.m. Since the sun went down at 4:56 p.m., this wouldn’t have left me much legal light, but without transportation it was still an opportunity missed.