the question is whether works at predicting peoples' personalities of courseWhat doesn't work? Is it not the case that if something has value, it works for that value? Want to go scientific on that?
I'd say astrology, fortune cookies and the Book of XXX all have value. (I forget what XXX is.) For example when I get some fortune cookies, I throw them on he pile of rubber bands just below the displays on my desk. Here. I'll pull out and quote some:
1. Your ability to find the silly in the serious will take you far.
2. If you understand what you're doing, you're not learning anything.
3. Ideas you may believe are absurd ultimately lead to success!
4. While times may seem difficult, your future forecasts a quick turnaround.
Anything "scientific here? Sure. The first step in the scientific method is observation. Observe those ideas and pick out a tentative hypothesis. Great stuff. I say forget the accuracy of the above. I'm a specialist in spotting accuracy and accuracy is very rare.
@AnneM. You show promise of being a good debater.
sure the first step is observation, but it's usually a good idea to not stay on just that if you wanna be scientific
otherwise you risk to just be swayed by self-deception