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The best way to predict the future is to create it.
Nobody can predict the future. You just have to give your all to the relationship you're in and do your best to take care of your partner, communicate and give them every last drop of love you have. I think one of the most important things in a relationship is caring for your significant other through good times and bad.
The only way to predict the future is to have power to shape the future.
The best way to predict the future is to study the past, or prognosticate.
Trying to predict the future is like trying to drive down a country road at night with no lights while looking out the back window.
You must always be able to predict what's next and then have the flexibility to evolve.
If I knew where I was going, I wouldn't do it. When I can predict or plan it, I don't do it.
The best way to predict the future is to invent it.
I won't predict anything historic. But nothing is impossible.
We Facebook users have been building a treasure lode of big data that government and corporate researchers have been mining to predict and influence what we buy and for whom we vote. We have been handing over to them vast quantities of information about ourselves and our friends, loved ones and acquaintances.
I feel the presence of a higher power. I believe that what you give is what you get. It's universal law. I believe in the power of prayer and of words. I've learned that when you predict that negative things will happen, they do.
I'm not certain, but I have a little gypsy blood in me. And my mother always told me that her grandma could give someone the evil eye, and I'd better not cross her because she had some of that blood in her. Mother always believed that she could predict the future, and she had dreams that came true.
If we knew exactly the laws of nature and the situation of the universe at the initial moment, we could predict exactly the situation of the same universe at a succeeding moment.
It is impossible to predict the time and progress of revolution. It is governed by its own more or less mysterious laws.
There are lots of people shaping decisions, and so if we want to predict correctly, we have to pay attention to everybody who is trying to shape the outcome, not just the people at the pinnacle of the decision-making pyramid.
Bruce Bueno de Mesquita
Trying to read our DNA is like trying to understand software code - with only 90% of the code riddled with errors. It's very difficult in that case to understand and predict what that software code is going to do.
One of the things we did at PayPal was collaborative filtering and machine learning: looking at patterns of human behavior. We used it there to predict when people would try to cheat the system to get money. But you can predict pretty much any behavior with a certain amount of accuracy.
With craziness, you can't predict it. There's very little defense you can have on craziness.
Unlike science, creationism cannot predict anything, and it cannot provide satisfactory answers about the past.
Those who have knowledge, don't predict. Those who predict, don't have knowledge.
If I know you're very good in music, I can predict with just about zero accuracy whether you're going to be good or bad in other things.
Customers don't know what they want. There's plenty of good psychology research that shows that people are not able to accurately predict how they would behave in the future. So asking them, 'Would you buy my product if it had these three features?' or 'How would you react if we changed our product this way?' is a waste of time. They don't know.
The first two lessons, which we learned early in our efforts to be good member missionaries, have made sharing the Gospel much easier: We simply can't predict who will or won't be interested in the Gospel, and building a friendship is not a prerequisite to inviting people to learn about the Gospel.
I'm not going to take this defeatist attitude and listen to all this crap any more from all these people who have nothing except doomsday to predict.
One of my few shortcomings is that I can't predict the future.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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