Computer Models and the Environment

Discussion in 'Environment' started by Weatherman2020, Sep 11, 2018.

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    So accurate, it's eerie
     
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    Really fucking stupid on your part. As the storm approached the coast, the models zeroed in on the point of impact. However, you cannot wait until you know that point exactly, or you will not be able to evacuate millions of people out of the storms path.
     
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    Once again you spin. Every computer model went into a Keystone Kops routine at landfall, sending the hurricane in a 330 degree potential course.

    News flash for you Mr Anti Science: Hurricanes do not end at the shoreline.
     
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