Nostradamus in silico: can supercomputers really predict revolutions? | by @mjrobbins
Sep 14, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Guardian Unlimited
The best predictions are always made in hindsight. Nostradamus achieved fame by writing down a lot of vague bollocks about the future, and relying on the human brain's incredible ability to spot links and patterns - even where none exist - to do the rest .
Nostradamus predicted a supernova explosion
in quatrain #53, Century V.
This article explains:
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