reply to post by gncnew
I tried to illustrate the sort of nonsense that can be gnerated by lieing with math by showing the impossibility of the Saints having won the Super
Bowl. I used that scenario to make it easier for you to see how that was a lie.
BTW, I do math for a living so your conjecture "I think you're full of it and have no clue about probabilities." is really a bad notion. I know
that you are a beginner in all of this and your inability to understand how probabilities are calculated should tell you how little you understand
about this issue. You know you are a novice at best. You must be in high school.
I have refuted the math and I will refute it again.
1. The math claims that the events are independent. That is not true.
2. The math claims that the events are uniformly random. That is not true.
3. The math claims a single instance of the event. That is not true.
4. The math does not solve a problem related to evolution.
BTW - if you'll notice the events being uniform probabilities actually help the percentages in your favor - so I wouldn't argue that
Again, you illustrate that you have no knowledge of what is being discussed.