Guesser gets weather right

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Sourced from the Popular Science magazine in 1932, Dr. C. F. Marvin, head of the U. S. Weather Bureau, is experimenting with a “scientific guesser.” Small balls are marked for a certain kind of weather. The balls are thoroughly mixed and poured into troughs and their sequence depends solely upon laws of chance and has proved strikingly similar to actual weather records.

via modernmechanix

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