3 weeks The difference between predicting future events and clairvoyance Inquirer
A few weeks ago, the well-known historian and Inquirer columnist Ambeth Ocampo expressed his ire and frustration against local fortunetellers and astrologers, saying that they only tell clients what they want to hear. Although I've met a few really good ones, many of them are not really worth the time and money spent. In a study conducted in the United States many years ago, several fortunetellers and psychics were asked to predict what would happen that whole year. At the end of the year they looked at how many predictions turned out correct. Only 10 percent were correct, but the ... more