Did you even READ the links I gave you?
No I did not. As I likely know more about the stuff as you can find links.
There is no forecasts that can accurately predict with 100% certainty where and how much and at what time the wind will blow.
100% accuracy is not needed.
Where the wind blows is not needed. You only need to know the wind at the plants.
When the wind blows is not needed, you only need to know the next couple of quarter hours, up to 4 hours if you are keen.
E.g. http://windguru.cz/ or http://windfinder.com/ power companies use even more specialized wind prognosis services.
It's absurd to even suggest otherwise, and hints that you really do not understand what you're talking about. No t is not absurd. As I was involved in writing the software used for that stuff in Europe.
Whether forecasts are ALWAYS approximations; they are the best (in a statistical way) That does not make the weather stochastic
Also... about the gas/coal backups for windmill-parks: this was not a suggestion or prediction, it is simply a fact: No it is ot a fact, it is simply wrong
there ARE gas/coal backups for all those windmills, just *because* they are stochastic and unpredictable. no there are not. And get it meanwhile: they are neither stochastic nor not predictable. And even if they where: it would not make a back up plant necessary. Your argumentation is bar of any logic.
The link you give is 12 years old and what is written in it, does not interest me, what exactly is it that you don't understand about that? If that link claims a wind plant needs a back up plant: then it is wrong. The link talks about 5% wind power or something ... Denmark now has continuously on average every year over 40% of its power produced by wind. That link is completely irrelevant, and likely never was.