No exceptional weather phenomenon could have been predicted in advance by 3 illiterate children

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“This hypothesis does not stand up to the indisputable announcement of the event, three months in advance. Could three children - uneducated, let's not forget - have given the exact date, day and time of such a phenomenon? Even if a meteorological phenomenon could account for such a spectacle, forecasting it three months ahead is totally impossible.”

Michel-Yves Bolloré, Olivier Bonnassies, God, science, evidence: the dawn of a revolution, p.482, Guy Trédaniel.


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