I know (hope) you answer in jest, but this is why data only goes so far. No matter the results of people believe what they want to, and when they don't have any data, they ignore it or make some up. The fact the data shows Relative Humidity 50 X more important to lowering wood's EMC than temperature, is significant. It means lots of other variables can probably be safely discounted as they won't overcome such a huge relative difference. Of course what Bigg_Redd said is true "...all things being equal(including Relative Humidity) wood will dry faster the warmer it is. Equally true and more important ...."all things being equal(including temperature) wood will dry faster the lower the RH. Double Period..