On Sat, 9 Apr 2011 14:13:27 -0700 (PDT), the following appeared in sci.skeptic, posted by firstname.lastname@example.org:
>On Apr 10, 6:51 am, Bob Casanova <nos...@buzz.off> wrote: >> On Fri, 8 Apr 2011 21:35:35 -0700 (PDT), the following >> appeared in sci.skeptic, posted by Graham Cooper >> <grahamcoop...@gmail.com>: >> >> >> >> >> >> >On Apr 9, 2:19 pm, BruceS <bruce...@hotmail.com> wrote: >> >> > On Apr 9, 8:24 am, Bob Casanova <nos...@buzz.off> wrote: >> >> >> > > Need I (ahem!) predict that the response will at some point >> >> > > involve the deity (or possibly weather .... >> >> >> Why do I get the feeling that went straight over his head? >> >> >[BOB] >> >> There are enough >> >> available catastrophes that you should be able to post one >> >> next week for the following week. >> >> >[BOB] * >> >> Need I (ahem!) predict that the response will at some point >> >> involve the daily weather .... >> >> Nope: "deity". As in (your repeated statement) "GOD (or >> GOES) DOESN'T PLAY DICE!". Whatever relevance that has... >> >> >[HERC] >> >How about a daily weather forecast while we're at it? >> >> Already answered; still waiting for *any* verifiable >> prediction... >> > > >I predicted Space Shuttle Explosion 365 days before >Boxing Day Tsunami 10 days before >Qld Floods and Cyclones days before >Christchurch earthquake days before >"Bowditch Errs but comes through" predicted for early 2011 4 months >before > >and 3 Towns I've lived or worked at all had a disaster in the space of >2 weeks last Jan >immediately after I posted to 50 Qld Government emails >"YOU GET HIT HARD AND IT KEEPS ON COMING" >i.e. the rain kept on coming until half the state was underwater the >next week. > >Toowoomba (high school) floods >Townsville (lived most of last decade) cyclone >Kelmscott (worked) bushfire > >Since you toss all of these time stamped forecasts aside with your >idiot heathen ears there is no use doing any more.
I don't see any time-stamped forecasts. Cites? --
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