Thursday, February 20, 2014

Farmer's Almanac more accurate than NOAA

This exceptionally cold and snowy winter has shown that government climate scientists were dead wrong when it came to predicting just how cold this winter would be, while the 197-year old Farmers’ Almanac predicted this winter would be “bitterly cold”.

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NOAA's Climate Prediction Center (CPC) has massive supercomputers running simulations.  What does the Farmers' Almanac use to make predictions?  "The Farmers’ Almanac makes predictions based on planetary positions, sunspots and lunar cycles — a prediction system that has remained largely unchanged since its first publication in 1818."

It looks like the CPC could learn a thing or two from the Farmers' Almanac.

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"The Farmers’ Almanac is generating a tremendous amount of buzz around a “C-O-L-D” winter forecast.  And it’s ratcheting up the hype by forecasting a “Super Storm” for Super Bowl XLVIII at the Meadowlands in New Jersey.  But its forecast is baseless and lacks credibility."  Really, Washington Post? (Note that the Farmers' Almanac forecast was made in August 2013.)

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