In watching the interview with Susan Murphy & Brendan Meade, I noticed how both interviewees discuss how difficult it is to make predictions that can pinpoint the anticipation of a health event like stress levels or an earthquake event. Both of them discuss the general processes that allow them to make predictions, but I am curious to know how external factors that can impact the validity of these predictions? In health, are there specific events that trigger stress over others, and what are their prevalence? In earthquake events, is there an increased likelihood of an earthquake occurring in connection to an earthquake happening somewhere else? These factors are something that can maybe help the public to understand how these predictions work as well, so it would be interesting to discuss this in an interview with these experts.