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Full Version: WEBBOT MISS! BTC Breaks Back Below $408 - Silver Price DROPPED
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BTC is trading at 392.76 USD as I write this.

When BTC broke 408 on December 8th 2015, and held above it, as Clif High (and MILLIONS of BTC investors) 'predicted', silver spot was $14.25 USD.

Today with BTC back under $408, silver spot ISSSSSSSSSSS.......

DRUMMMMMMRRRROLLLLLLLLLL........

currently $13.955 USD.

Significant "holy crap!" gains as webbot 'predicted'????

PREDICTION LINK

I agree, he has called a ton of misses, especially with timing (horrible). He should stop saying time periods... howevah... IMHO... he's had a few hits - rivers of water pouring from the sky (craziest rain - 12+ inches in a day in some places, never seen in recorded history), ill winds (from fukishima), mass Diaspora (immigration from middle east to Europe/USA)...
(01-16-2016 02:09 PM)abacus30 Wrote: [ -> ]I agree, he has called a ton of misses, especially with timing (horrible). He should stop saying time periods... howevah... IMHO... he's had a few hits - rivers of water pouring from the sky (craziest rain - 12+ inches in a day in some places, never seen in recorded history), ill winds (from fukishima), mass Diaspora (immigration from middle east to Europe/USA)...

Abacus,

Respectfully, I can only partially agree with your assessment.

I have been doing an experiment: Every time some one posts a 'Webbot Hit!', I go to Google News and type in the language used (e.g. methane leak, ill winds, high-profile kidnapping), then I go to the 'archive' function provided, then select a custom date range of 2009-2014, to see how often the language got used before the webbot 'prediction'.

In almost every case, I have found that there are news hits using the same language from every month of every year.

And while I haven't taken the time to explore the 'rivers of water' or 'diaspora' language yet, we can take
for example the recent methane leak (that is a huge and catastrophic mind-blowing story), often touted as proof of webbot's success:

I ran the simple search described above, and saw dozens and dozens of methane leak stories from '09-'14, leading me to conclude that since methane leaks are so common in the news, if the CA one hadn't have happened, some other methane leak would have occurred to take it's place, making it an certain eventuality rather than a 'hit'. It is my opinion that devoted webbot followers actively deny the past frequency with which the language has occurred our news stream. They only look at the present and not the past.

These are just a few of the 1000's of results when archive filters are applied to "methane leak" on Google news, all of which are big enough stories that had they occurred in place of the CA leak, would have had Webbotters screaming "HIT!":

(They are all links)

2009: Flock of sheep bursts into flames after gas leak in Jordan

2010: BP oil disaster: how a deadly methane bubble triggered explosion

2012: Methane leaking from coal seam gas field, testing shows

2013: New Study Sheds Light on Methane Leakage from Natural Gas

2014: Study: Bad fracking techniques let methane flow into drinking water

2014: Gassy Blob: Biggest US Methane Source Spotted from Space

I'm basically just trying discern between prediction and certain eventuality.

It doesn't yet explain all webbot hits, but it does explain many of them.
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