article compile by Henryk Szubinski
data generally WIKIPEDIA
is usually a function of the time line in a movie
as a conflict of interests or the basis of the conflicts against interests
as far as anyone knows there are many formats of competitiveness in the UNIVERSE
TECHNOLOGIES FROM OTHER PLANETS
THE HUMAN GIFT
ANDROIDS WITH SUPER INTELLIGENCE
THE DEATH STAR
THE CHOSEN ONE : Anakin
in general all theese have one thing in common
THEIR BASIC RELIANCE ON PREDICTION
A prediction or forecast is a statement about the way things will happen in the future, often but not always based on experience or knowledge. While there is much overlap between prediction and forecast, a prediction may be a statement that some outcome is expected, while a forecast may cover a range of possible outcomes.
Although guaranteed information about the information is in many cases impossible, prediction is necessary to allow plans to be made about possible developments; Howard H. Stevenson writes that prediction in business “… is at least two things: Important and hard.”
Prediction is closely related to uncertainty. Reference class forecasting was developed to eliminate or reduce uncertainty in prediction.
The etymology of prediction is Latin (præ-, “before,” and dicere, “to say”).
In science a prediction is a rigorous, often quantitative, statement, forecasting what will happen under specific conditions; for example, if an apple falls from a tree it will be attracted towards the center of the earth by gravity with a specified and constant acceleration. The scientific method is built on testing assertions that are logical consequences of scientific theories. This is done through repeatable experiments or observational studies.
A scientific theory whose assertions are contradicted by observations and evidence will be rejected. Notions that make no testable predictions are usually considered not to be part of science (protoscience or nescience) until testable predictions can be made.
New theories that generate many new predictions can more easily be supported or falsified (see predictive power).
In some cases the probability of an outcome, rather than a specific outcome, can be predicted, for example in much of quantum physics.
Mathematical equations and models, and computer models, are frequently used to describe the past and future behaviour of something.
In microprocessors, branch prediction permits avoidance of pipeline emptying at branch instructions. In engineering, possible failure modes are predicted and avoided by correcting the mechanism causing the failure.
Accurate prediction and forecasting are very difficult in some areas, such as software reliability, natural disasters, pandemics, demography, population dynamics and meteorology.
Competitiveness is a comparative concept of the ability and performance of a firm, sub-sector or country to sell and supply goods and/or services in a given market. Although widely used in economics and business management, the usefulness of the concept, particularly in the context of national competitiveness, is vigorously disputed by economists, such as Paul Krugman .
The term may also be applied to markets, where it is used to refer to the extent to which the market structure may be regarded as perfectly competitive. This usage has nothing to do with the extent to which individual firms are “competitive’.
some movies ahead of their time
You can’t forget that 2001 was even before Star Wars. After Metropolis it was one of the biggest science fiction films up until Star Wars. I still wonder even now how the heck they achieved weightlessness and those incredible set pieces all back in the late 60’s.
No one ever imagined anything like that was capable back in 1977. I’m sure everyone has seen the many making of featurettes showing their use of miniatures and other incredible gimmicks. I mean, this was 1977, and the technical achievements they pulled off are even amazing today. It’s frickin’ Star Wars!
basics on the usage of competition as the type involvance with the places and people that define the driving force behind or the power of a specific type of SCIFI relation
THE FIRST ENTERANT : in astrophysics
THE SECOND ENTERANT: in space pioneering
THE THIRD: the winner of a trillion dollars
as the basis of:
the first prize in spacepioneering
the second prize in astrophysics
the third prize in making a trillion dollar investement
THE LINK IN THIS REGARD IS EARTH so the distributions of places that define the 3 prozes matters not
for the best of the EARTH making the connection is enough
THEESE ARE ALL basic TIME VALUES such as seen with the ever PROGRESSING type of placement ahead of competition and its resultance in the AFTER FACT
Both are real and both define the current trends
as basic as this is THERE ARE SCI FI INVENTIONS THAT BRIDGE THIS CONCEPT WITH THE CONCEPTS OF OTHER WORLDS
such a conbcept is the
the basic motivation of the concept that WINS can in any format be a concept that is EARLY in ITS INVENTION but LATE IN the HISTORY OF THE WIN
this is defined as the concept of being ahead of ones own time
Idioms & Phrases
ahead of one’s time
In advance of current ideas, customs, or methods, as in His treatment of light showed this painter to be well ahead of his time , or Wearing trousers and smoking cigars marked Amy Lowell as a woman ahead of her time . This idiom uses time in the sense of “era” or “generation,” a usage at least a thousand years old. The phrase is usually but not always used to express approval. [First half of 1900s]
ahead of one’s time
(idiomatic) In advance of concurrent commonly accepted ideas; showing characteristics of changes yet to be; present in one’s work before later advances in the field. [quotations ▼]
Also used as adverb.
before one’s time
behind one’s time
the concept defines the VIEWS OF THE LATE AND EARLY TYPES OF VIEWS ON THE GENTLEMANS PROFFESSION AND THE BASIS OF RESPECT for the humans that are getting older
IN todays society there is a BASIC APPROACH that everyone can do well and all data is taken as a indication of a functional value that can be used as voiceing ones own democratical rights
The predictive power of a scientific theory refers to its ability to generate testable predictions. Theories with strong predictive power are highly valued, because the predictions can often encourage the falsification of the theory. The concept of predictive power differs from explanatory and descriptive power (where phenomena that are already known are retrospectively explained by a given theory) in that it allows a prospective test of theoretical understanding.
The New York Times of November 10, 1919, reported on Einstein’s confirmed prediction of gravitation on space, called the gravitational lens effect.
if you have predictive power
you can generally seek the help of a astrologer