Bunny Fastard wrote:
[quote]Max Rob wrote:
[quote]Nobody special wrote:
Very nice Investigator. It really should not take long for the experts to reach what is so blatantly obvious to everyone else. Your efforts (and those of others) have taken a scrambled mess of garbage and data and built a rock solid case. If the experts have the "True" data right off the watch and also the missing gaps (I am skeptical) then it gets even easier.
The SKINS terms of reference say that the TomTom MySports account is the primary data source, and that Rob Young has agreed to cooperate. I'm hard pressed to believe that'll happen so easily though, should be interesting! There's a couple spam posts on the MMUK Facebook - perhaps they're at defcon 1 figuring out what to do, ignoring the job of curating their social media presence for now.
But yes, with the real data all of this is moot. Take a look at any one of those night runs for cadence, or that 21.97 mile run from the desert day to drive home the timeline nail, and all of this would be over in a matter of minutes.[/quote]
I feel as though they may just say "Oh those runs? Those were all accidents (in the RV, Dustin on bike, whatever). Whoops, sorry. Guess we don't have any real run data for those nights. Our bad. Well, we didn't get the record anyway so it doesn't really matter. Sorry blokes. We didn't even have a chance to look at the data and see that we made those mistakes. We didn't cheat, we just made some really stupid mistakes, and NEXT TIME....next time we'll really concentrate on superior data collection. For the children."[/quote]
Can they delete suspicious activities from the tom tom watches, close the tom tom account and hand over the watches to the professors?[/quote]