Nov. 5, 2012
The White House Games
), the novel that accurately predicted the choice of
as a vice presidential candidate, has done it again.
The novel predicts that Romney will win this election, and more.
Author Say Dozeman made his predictions using computational mathematics. "I used a statistical technique known as the Bayesian Information Criterion," he explained. "It is, as far as I'm concerned, a headachy piece of mathematics, but one that yields almost unerring predictive results if one is willing to traumatize oneself enough with the effort."
All the data showed that
was the best fit as Romney's vice-presidential pick. So, in his novel, Dozeman named a character holding a similar position,
, a minor alteration of the actual candidate's name.
"If anyone thinks that I changed the character's name after Ryan had been selected, they're welcome to check my novel's date of registration with the Library of Congress," Dozeman stated. "I registered it months before Ryan was selected, when even the closest associates of Romney had no idea who would be chosen, and at a time when I suspect that even Romney himself wasn't sure."
Dozeman firmly believes that his calculations have also revealed the identity of the winner of this presidential election:
Dozeman states that he's willing to reveal these two predictions from his novel because according to him, these are the most trivial predictions in the novel. He states that the biggest bombshell predictions in the book will shake America to its core, that they involve rebuilding a new version of America in a way that even the Founding Fathers had not foreseen, but would be happy to endorse.