Monday, February 16, 2009

Unmedicated predications

Predictologists predicting the inaccuracy of predictions by other predictologists have predicted wrongly, according to some predictologists.

These predictologists further predict that the inaccurate predictions by the other predictologists will lead to increasingly inaccurate predictions about other predictologists predictions in the future.

However, the predications made by these predictologists to predict their predictions (regarding other predictologists inaccurate predictions) have been contradicted by another group of predictologists.

"The predications leading to these predictologists' predictions are predictably wrong," says Dr Proctor A. Prolyx, Chief Predictologist at the Palestinian Institute of Predictology. "There exists a predictable trend to unpredictability in the predications predicated by these predictological experts."

While it is impossible to predict whether the predictions of predictologists regarding the unpredictable predicability of the predications of other predictolologists are predictably unpredictably or unpredictably predictable, it seems that the battle regarding the predictability of predicologists predictions is not likely to go away any time soon.



TimT said...

No idea what any of this is about, but I enjoyed writing it.

Caz said...

Ten decades hence, our great-great-great-great-grandchildren will add the disappearance of California avocados to the list of predicted calamities that did not come to fruition.

Anonymous said...

Tim, did your entry for Saturday, July 05, 2008, originally have examples of the commas in graphics?

Title: The five greatest commas in literary history

Thanks. I'll get an e-mail if you respond.

TimT said...

Don't think so Tanarg, it just has commas in the text, and I enlarged their font as much as Blogger would let me.

TimT said...

When the time comes, Caz, and my children's children ask me about it, let no-one say that I didn't fight for the existence of the Californian avocado. This is a cause which concerns us all.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Tim. Appreciate it.

Caz said...

Tell them you also fought the good fight for kiwi fruit, even if you didn't, they'll find it endearingly eccentric.

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