Can someone explain the math behind this?



09042015, 06:43 PM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
(09042015 06:41 PM)KUSA Wrote: I wonder what the mathematical statistics are for god being real. Depends on whether you're a frequentist ot a Bayesian... Quantum Physics: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. 

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09042015, 06:57 PM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
(09042015 06:41 PM)KUSA Wrote: I wonder what the mathematical statistics are for god being real. You can't even begin to quantify something that doesn't have a clear definition. You'd have to be more specific, like "What is the chance that 100% of the stories about Yahweh (according to the King James version of the Bible) are real?" If we came from dust, then why is there still dust? 

09042015, 07:00 PM




Can someone explain the math behind this?
I personally think the odds of god are 10(99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999)


09042015, 07:25 PM




Can someone explain the math behind this?
Here is the latest reply.
makahiya2028, post: 398110, member: 15937 Wrote:I'm 21 yrs. postdoctoral Ed.D. in higher education. 

09042015, 07:35 PM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
Oh wait. You didn't say he had degrees in Truthology. Obviously he understands more of everything. You lost this battle.


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09042015, 08:35 PM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
I bet that even without doing the math all the fossil evidence and the DNA would be enough to prove it right


10042015, 12:40 AM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
(09042015 07:25 PM)KUSA Wrote: Here is the latest reply. Tell him that no one cares how many theolographers and physicologists he's talked to, we wanna see the meat, the derivations of the numbers, and the actual arguments Quantum Physics: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. 

10042015, 12:41 AM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
(09042015 07:00 PM)KUSA Wrote: I personally think the odds of god are 10(99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999) And that is larger than the largest known number of the universe, and therefore God is the information of infinite revelation! Ramen! Quantum Physics: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. 

10042015, 01:57 AM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
makahiya2028, post: 398110, member: 15937 Wrote:I'm 21 yrs. postdoctoral Ed.D. in higher education. WTF is the "central university thesis"? "Present refined statements" 

10042015, 02:13 AM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
It's what someone would say who knows serious academic research by hearsay at best
In this case though, also probably (hopefully) not a native speaker... Quantum Physics: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. 

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