posted on Oct, 25 2009 @ 01:50 AM
In biblical times, false prophets were executed. If they made a prophecy and it didn't come to pass, they were killed.
Now, I'm not saying we should do the same thing nowadays, but you have to admit - it would certainly cut down on the number of false prophecies.
Each "prophet" would get exactly one mistake, and then he wouldn't be predicting anything.
But of course, some joker would prophesy that he would be executed for making a false prophecy.