- n. Plural form of prediction.
“Conclusions: models have improved, but the uncertainty in predictions is unlikely to decrease quickly.”
“That is below the pace of the past three decades and in line with some economists' expectations, but such long-term predictions are inherently uncertain, especially in light of current global economic woes.”
“And they are not short-term predictions, but sometimes made four hundred to fifteen hundred years in advance.”
“One explanation for the big range of predictions is that forecasters employ different methods.”
“The good thing about weird predictions is that if you ever luck out, you'll be the only who got it right.”
“The accuracy of climate predictions is limited by computing power.”
“The nice thing about political predictions is that you do not have to argue against them.”
“One suspects that a reason more people are skeptical of alarmist predictions is that they know enough about human behavior to distrust someone who claims to be correct but refuses to respond to or even allow questions or replication.”
“Matthew: if my track record with DC predictions is any indication, the Legion will have Adventure all to itself for a long time. kwaku: I read that about Doom Patrol/"Metal Men," but I couldn't find what the page counts would be for the other two titles.”
“A cynic would say because the state needs to balance the budget, and utilizing unreasonably optimistic predictions is the way to do it.”
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