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vobis

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Maybe I've missed it somewhere, but it seems like this site should have a scorecard somewhere, something to showcase when predictions are correct (or not).  I understand we'll have to wait around quite a while regarding nomadic floating cities, but with the site having been around for 10 years, there are definitely some events in the timeline that have come and gone, and probably some that happened earlier than predicted.  Something highlighting these things I would personally find pretty interesting.


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how are we defining correct. Is something that was predicted to happen in 2021 but happens in 2018 correct or not? 


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how are we defining correct. Is something that was predicted to happen in 2021 but happens in 2018 correct or not? 

IMHO, no.


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If you predicted that in 1998, then you were right. 20 or 23 years ahead is not a big deal.






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