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Hey relax buddies, scientific proof Iran will not have nuke weapons

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posted on Apr, 8 2009 @ 03:21 PM
Watched this video on the Awesome website . The guy speaking has developed a software algorithm that is right 90% of the time and he works with the intelligence community.

Rather interesting.

SO see nothing ot be worried about, Iran wont get nukes and Israel wont need to attack Iran for fear of the Nukes. So unless someone wants to drum up war to usher in a new order or pick up a flagging economy we should be ok.

[edit on 8-4-2009 by Desolate Cancer]

posted on Apr, 8 2009 @ 03:31 PM
reply to post by Desolate Cancer

Ol' Bruce thinks quite a bit of himself, doesn't he? I don't share his high view. He wishes to influence people and energy policies, etc. with his views, it seems to me.

Game theory/mathematical algorithms still rely upon the specific variables being assigned by whom? Yep. Humans and their specific values. Want to bet my idealized field values for the same predictive algorithms would be different?

He talks about "who is rational?" and then goes on to -- IMO -- misdefine rationality.

We have but his word that his algorithms are 90% accurate.

Interesting vid OP, thanks for sharing. This isn't a Mathematical Proof. It isn't even mathematical proof, however I think you were phrasing your title somewhat tongue-in-cheek.

I watched the whole thing..... wasn't necessarily time wasted. National dollars spent on Mr. Bueno de Mesquita's studies, I would guess, are not a good investment.


posted on Apr, 8 2009 @ 03:33 PM
Are you kidding?

Based on "Game Theory", which depends on rational thinking. This isn't scientific proof of anything. If you take it as such, you're head is in the sand.

This model isn't new, it's been around for as long as humans have, it's just that until now, we called the "predictions" educated guesses instead.


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