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  1. Mark Buchanan is an economist who claims that his forecasts are based on the techniques of meteorology. He apparently has a degree in physics from a long time ago, though his entire post-doctoral career has been as an economist. As far as I can tell, he has no background in meteorology. I am not a meteorologist either (my education is in pure mathematics) but I think I know enough about meteorology to say that Mr. Buchanan is misrepresenting the subject in a vain attempt to lend credibility to his economic writing. I have attached a short paper reviewing Mr. Buchanan's book, Forecast. Review_Mark_Buchanan_Forecast.pdf I invite comments from professional meteorologists.