>Mathematical models in meteorology make short term predications, days rather
>than weeks. As such weather models with probabilistic predications
>constitutes a science. Evolution is in a boat of its own named the Titanic.
it seems to me that the Mayor of Moscow was so 'impressed' with the short
term prediction of his country's weathermen that he threatened to start his
own meteorology service. Obviously my point is that predictions can only be
made for SIMPLE systems. Life is anything but simple. Can you predict when,
exactly when, a star will go supernova? SN1987a was not even the type of
star that they thought would explode, yet it did.
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