04 October 2016

Yet They Can Predict 100 Years From Now

If you pull up the graphics archive for Matthew, you'll see the prediction cone shifting.

You will also see that the actual position of the storm often misses the next predicted spot.

If they can't predict a weather pattern they've been studying in far more depth and with more lavish funding than even climate change for three whole days, how can we trust them with years and years?

1 comment:

  1. And the most amazing part is they'll tell you the average temperature in 100 years to 1/100th of a degree - with no error bars!

    I'm putting off the decision on whether or not the shutters go up. Probably have to do it tomorrow morning at the latest.


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