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The Absurdity of Predicting the Future with Data
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19:55 - 20:33 (00:38)

In this episode, the hosts discuss the absurdity of using data to predict future outcomes, with a focus on a documentary about climate change. They make fun of the wild graphic predicting rising temperatures in 2050, and argue that spurious correlations can often be used to tell any story you want.

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