QUOTE OF THE DAY
Nobody believes a weather prediction twelve hours ahead. Now we're asked to believe a prediction that goes out 100 years into the future? And make financial investments based on that prediction? Has everybody lost their minds?Michael Crichton, may his memory be blessed.
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Paul V Winkworth - 12/29/2008
"The problem, of course, is that none of the terms can be known"
Unfortunately, Mr. Crichton does not inform us why precisely this statement is true.
He seems to imply that it is necessarily true; i.e., that is is illogical. However, it is not a logical contradiction.
Mr. Crichton entire is his own "prejudice" dressed up as proof. And that is too bad.
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