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The Tribune September 21, 2001

Date: 22-Jun-2017

Nostradamus

I was surprised to see the prime space and importance given to predictions of Nostradamus in The Tribune. I know newspapers have to show one upmanship, but fiction should never belittle science. Why is it that all his prose is interpreted after something happens? If he seems to be so correct, why can’t we see what's in store for us before it strikes? To me all his sayings are as non-specific as that of a man sitting at the corner with cards and a parrot. At the time of the Gulf war, the man with a blue turban was Saddam, but today he is Osama.

And if we think what he said has some substance and is accurate to a fault, why are we opposing astrology courses introduced by M.M. Joshi? Who knows many of our young talented predictors may write and rewrite future of the world!

Dr G. S. BATTU, Patiala

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