Communication and tomorrow’s forecast

Check out Communication and tomorrow’s forecast by Larry Kunz. Here is an excerpt:


In 1854, John Ball, newly elected to Parliament, stood in the House of Commons to suggest that, just a few years hence, it might be possible to predict London’s weather 24 hours in advance.

He was drowned out by laughter.

Not much more than a century and a half ago, the notion of forecasting…

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