Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by west india man, Sep 26, 2020.
Earliest expected snowfall in the mountains? Length of season for snowfall in the mountains?
Highest recorded snowfalls at ski resorts, specifically might be too niche, average works.
Spoiler big :
So from top to bottom is 500 inches of snowfall per year down to below 100 inches. Grey states don't have ski resorts or said ski resorts didn't publish their snowfall.
Next map is yours, @Synsensa
There are ski resorts in Alabama?
One, apparently. https://rootsrated.com/stories/did-you-know-you-can-go-snow-skiing-in-alabama
Purple is good, yellow is bad. Light pink is neutral. Grey is insufficient data/not included.
Is this another "easy to guess" map, like "highest recorded snowfalls at ski resorts"? ^_^
Yes. Purple is intolerance of Kyriakos's tantrums in Guess the Map, yellow is tolerance.
Something to do with taxes?
At best, very indirectly. So let's go with no.
This should be something that relates to the measurement of prosperity. Singapore is purple, Indonesia and India is yellow, while Pakistan and some country in South, East and West Africa is orange while the rest are insufficient/not yet submitted their data. Mmmm.... Saudi Arabia submit their datas? While the Afghan not.
Is it related to health issue? like babies birth mortality?
edit: Nope but if that's the case Japan and Malaysia should submitted their data also.
No, although it does involve babies.
Intriguing! A prosperity measurement mapping, where it involves baby but not measured birth date rate, this is so close already. But too bad I have a zoom meeting till very late afternoon!!
If child birth rata, why Japan and Malaysia is grey? Mmmm..
Quality of neonatal care?
What about OBGYN numbers?
No to both.
Computers per baby.
Haroon's initial post is still closest.
Health impacts the rankings, but the map is not about health.
Separate names with a comma.