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The Prognosticator Checklist 2015

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TFW readers with long(ish) memories might recall that at the start of the decade, I made some predictions for the next ten years covering a range of topics including politics, science, technology and for The FAT Website itself.  You can read that full blog here. We’re half way to 2020 and its time for a check-in.  As you’ll see, I’ve gotten ...

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The Prognosticator 2013 Checklist

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TFW readers with long(ish) memories might recall that at the start of the decade, I made some predictions for the next ten years covering a range of topics including politics, science, technology and for The FAT Website itself.  You can read that full blog here. We’re 3/10th of the way to 2020 and its time for a check-in.  As you’ll ...

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The Prognosticator Checklist – Manchester City win the EPL

Manchester City’s incredible last gasp win on the final day of the English Premiere League means I can check off another prediction that I made at the start of the decade – that a new club would win the EPL. My remaining sporting predictions are rather less likely to occur: A man will run 100 metres in under 9.5 seconds. ...

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The Prognosticator 2012 Checklist

TFW readers with long(ish) memories might recall that at the start of the decade, I made some predictions for the next ten years covering a range of topics including politics, science, technology and for The FAT Website itself.  You can read that full blog here. Anyway, we’re 2/10th of the way to 2020 and I thought it might be interesting ...

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The Prognosticator 2011 Checklist

TFW readers with long(ish) memories might recall that a year ago, at the start of the decade, I made some predictions for the next ten years covering a range of topics including politics, science, technology and for The FAT Website itself.  You can read that full blog here. Anyway, we’re 1/10th of the way to 2020 and I thought it ...

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