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FYI, Template:Did you know nominations/Alfred V. Verville. --ThaddeusB (talk) 15:15, 5 June 2014 (UTC)
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Budget of NASA: check your math?
I see you updated the inflation-adjusted figures, changing from 2007 dollars to 2014 dollars. But I'm puzzled by the numbers I see:
- Inflation should be a fixed quantity between the two years; therefore I would expect to see all the 2007 numbers go up by a fixed amount. This doesn't seem to be the case; in fact, some of the earlier numbers actually went down.
- When is the fiscal year 2014 defined? Since it's still 2014, I would think the final COL index isn't yet known, and it would be better to use an earlier year, e.g. 2013.
- Did you calculate these numbers yourself, or were the NASA source documents updated?