When something can be predicted in advance to an exact moment - for example an eclipse which Chazal say it is a bad Omen (Sukkah 29A), does that mean that Chazal were unable to calculate this? Or perhaps even though they were able to calculate an eclipse it is a bad Omen?
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A short synopsis from here:
This is why the Talmud (Sukkah 29A) concludes "But when Israel fulfill the will of the Omnipresent, they need have no fear of all these [omens]" (translation from here)