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June 08, 2012

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sudhir.brahma@gmail.com

In some ways, usage of such pattern analysis in predicting the future seems to be dangerously close to the oft derogated realm of 'astrology'. Have they also not been finding co-relation between the position of planets and events that could unfold in the future? Before u can get up to say "data mining is more about mining of relevant data", be sure u have checked the hemlines......headline were made several months ago, between their length and economic prosperity of the nation/world.....may be it is time to checkout positions of Saturn/Jupiter...and their kind? If it is all about patterns and one gets wiser after a rationale is 'made apparent'....may be this business of astrology can possibly improve with such modern data-mining techniques? Co-relation between seemingly diverse events seems to be a subject on the horizon?
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