prescient [presh-uh nt, ‐ee-uh nt pree-shuh nt, ‐shee-uh nt]
1. having prescience, or knowledge of things or events before they exist or happen; having foresight: The prescient economist was one of the few to see the financial collapse coming.
Origin: 1620s, from Middle French prescient (15c.) and directly from Latin praescientem (nominative praesciens), present participle of praescire (see prescience).
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So it looks like scheduled posting is still messed up. Until it's sorted out, these will be posted whenever I can get online, so expect them likely at different times of the day. :(