posted on May, 9 2009 @ 10:16 PM
I haven't read the reports, and as a programmer I think webbot is a bunch of nonsense.
Proof of this was that recent "major earthquake" prediction they made. And it didn't even come true. Perhaps not a big deal in itself, except
when you consider there are between 8-10 "major" earthquakes every year. So such a prediction at any time has a decent chance of coming true,
especially over a 2-3 month period. That no major earthquake happened in that time period is pretty much a nail in the coffin for being able to
"predict" the future.
8-10 major earthquakes a year means on average almost 1 per month. So to predict an earthquake over such a long period of time I would think comes
out statistically that you have a better chance of having a major earthquake than to go that long without one. But even with the odds in it's
favor, it still failed to predict anything.