From Ivan Loncarevic, email:
I am writing to you because I would like to ask you if you could look
at the data from 14th May 2004, especially those coming from the Danish and
Australian eggs. We had a big wedding here. The young king of Denmark was
married to a young Australian girl. The whole country was involved, direct
transmission on all TV channels, shops and
companies were closed.... . The whole nation was watching and
participating. Copenhagen was totally packed with people,
police, tourists etc. For most people, it was a pleasant and happy
event, so I assume that eggs must have reacted.
The wedding ceremony was transmitted to several countries, european
kingdoms like Spain, Belgium, UK etc.
The ceremony started at 4PM local time.
For the exploration, I decided to look at a predicted period of an
hour before to 3 hours after the wedding,
from 13:00 to 18:00 GMT (3 pm to 7pm local).
As the figure shows, there is no substantial
reaction from the whole array, but a very interesting trend
for the three eggs in Denmark and Australia. If we had made
a formal prediction for a powerful deviation in the downward
direction during this time following the wedding, it would
be statistically significant.