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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I hope I'm not offending anyone here by posting a request for some help here. We are in need of a knowledgable physicist who can interpret an anomoly in a Schrodinger equation graph. This is for an online alternate reality game ("ARG") called Find the Lost Ring.

The graph can be found here:

http://164.109.150.213/index.html

After going to the site, you'll see a globe with tiny dots. Clicking anywhere on the page and begin typing "RUN GRAPH" will show what I've been told is a Schrodinger equation and a graph. Typing "CLOSE" will then close the text inputter and the graph with a slider appears at the bottom. Waving the cursor over the left side of the graph will produce a tool to close up on the graph. Sliding it left and right moves along the date axis. Around 1815, an anomoly occurs where the lines drop significantly and then resume in a wave pattern.

We need a physicist to help interpret this graph. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Feel free to email me.

The graph can be found here:

http://164.109.150.213/index.html

After going to the site, you'll see a globe with tiny dots. Clicking anywhere on the page and begin typing "RUN GRAPH" will show what I've been told is a Schrodinger equation and a graph. Typing "CLOSE" will then close the text inputter and the graph with a slider appears at the bottom. Waving the cursor over the left side of the graph will produce a tool to close up on the graph. Sliding it left and right moves along the date axis. Around 1815, an anomoly occurs where the lines drop significantly and then resume in a wave pattern.

We need a physicist to help interpret this graph. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Feel free to email me.

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