Fun with the Internet: Who was wrong about bin Laden's whereabouts?

In 2009, two scientists took biogeography—the study of how species are geographically distributed—and tried to apply it to the hunt for Osama bin Laden. Using a couple of key theories, they speculated that the al-Qaeda leader was probably holed up in the Pakistani border town of Parachinar. Turns out, they were off by about 278 miles.