Monday, October 24, 2005

The problem with random guesses

The problem is that it is soooo easy to be wrong. I have never played with the guess the future game. I may have to try that again. But if you have read predictions from 60 years ago, you would see that the present is nothing like what they guessed.

Here is the NOAA hurricane tracking and prediction center; enjoy.

Friday, October 21, 2005


Ok, I have not posted in over a month.... awful isn't it? I have had 'scandal fatigue'. Well, I still have it, but I wanted to post my prediction on Hurricane Wilma. I will talk about scandal fatigue later.

The few mega-storms we have had this year have been odd. They don't seem to be behaving like normal hurricanes. Wilma is almost what a class 6, would be, if such a classification existed. I don't want to jump on the weather-control bandwagon yet, but I am suspicious.

My prediction is that Wilma will strengthen, and go north instead, or at least not along the simple path they have predicted so far, weakening and heading for the Florida Keys. I think we will see something significantly different. This is just a random guess, but I thought I would "get it on paper", so to speak, so I could say, "I told you so!".

Let's give it a few days.