The Baja Case Study
Baja Mexico acts as a cerebral counter transistor for the urban wave slider, an alcove to escape the major metropolitan buzz and cultural animosity in favor of more restorative physical and psychological climates. The Baja Case Study is being conducted by Ezekiel Surf Club members Kip Armstong and Kyle Kennelly who seek a deeper understanding of abstractions existing within the flex filed. The two scientists gathered empirical evidence pertinent to contemporary theories on the drive vs. drag optimization in an effort to uncover further truths that lie deep within the classical theories of the Gothic Dolphin Path. An analysis of 9 flex fins across 5 displacement hulls yielded 45 pairings, a sample size that has been deemed adequate by the Association of Displacement Hull Scientists (ADHS) for purposes of making accurate conclusions regarding generalizable applications for stoke maximization. The Ezekiel Surf Club is currently running their statistical analysis on the Baja Case Study, their conclusions will be examined by the ADHS and, upon approval, will be published in the Quarterly Journal of Convex Bottom Contours. Initial readings on the Stoke Regression Equations suggest a positive and statistically significant relationship between the outcome variable, Stoke (S*), and the explanatory variables: Hulliness, Flexiness, Fin Base Width, Fin Front Foil Thickness, and Good Vibes; although, the Stoke and Good Vibes variables seem to exhibit properties of simultaneous causality. Perhaps the most surprising evidence suggests that high levels of stoke can be achieved on a Mandala Dark Crystal Inspired hull with miniature side fins and no center fin. Here we have provided photographic samples from the field study.