Specific predictions are always wrong, but general predictions are often right.

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When you make predictions, you are making assumptions. And when you make assumptions, you are basically guessing. And the more specific the guess, the more likely it is that you’ll be wrong.

It’s based on a wide range of uncertainty.

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