This question has been haunting me all day (in bold):
Do you think that 100 years from now, weather prediction will become so exact that meteorologists will be able to predict three months in advance whether it will rain at a given place on a given day? Explain thoroughly.
Doesn't this have to do with "chaos"? I remember that Edward N. Lorenz, a meteorologist was the first to notice this idea of "chaos". I am thinking that it would be impossible to predict weather three months in advance due to this "chaos" system? Any input would be appreciated.