Originally Posted by C.Eaton
what was even more surprising was that even though there was two of us trying to tell him that it didn't matter a jot what the wind was doing where he was sitting, it was downrange it counted, he wouldn't have it and carried on just shaking his head every time he missed. Apparently the program he was using was custom designed and infailable. He obviously hadn't heard of 'junk in, junk out'
"Man Problems" are ace aren't they?
Only thing you can't teach, wind (© Our Kes 1979). I've played around with a few programs but nothing has been more accurate than putting the work in and practicing. As much as I love data I know it's not a replacement.