Thoughts and Reflections version 2 of the GNU General Public License the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License

I find it interesting that meteorologists sometimes forecast a 100% chance of precipitation for the next day. This is interesting because a 100% chance is certainty; in other words, the even will happen.

I will admit that I can’t predict the future, and so I don’t know for certain that any given event will happen for certain. In fact, I can’t even be sure that there will be a tomorrow. It is possible that a huge asteroid could come and utterly destroy Earth. It is, however, unlikely, but there is still a non-zero probability that it will occur.

Perhaps the meteorologists know something I don’t, though.