I saw this headline and it struck me as redundant if not nonsensical.
Couldn't you just say "This is the worst case scenario." and communicate effectively?
If a scenario is understood and defined as the worst case scenario then by definition it is possible. Therefore, it is and was the worst possible scenario. Nothing has changed. So, isn't it nonsensical to say that only now it is becoming possible?
Am I missing something here? Is this an error in English language usage? An error in logic? Is this tautological?