posted on May, 1 2013 @ 08:51 PM
Originally posted by Cabin
reply to post by jrod
Exactly. I personally believe schools should put more effort on teaching kids how pointless such games are. In statistics lessons it is easy to take
such things on and show how bad the odds are.
My math teacher taught us such things by personally making the exercises. I remember one problem where we calculated weekly lottery things. It came
out if you buy 2 tickets a week you will win 3 times in 40 000 years. Is it worth it? No and I remember the lesson forever
That won't happen as long as kids are taught the statistically impossible chances of life coming about by chance over and over again is a reality.
Whenever you talk with an evolutionist they say statistics do not matter. And when you point out how stupidly insane the chances are of their blind
faith evolution fairy-tale is they will call you ignorant.
So, yeah, teachers aren't going to teach the truth about statistics in schools any time soon.
(One example of a statistical impossibility of evolution: The human body contains around 50,000 chromosomes. A single chromosome has to be folded
upon itself in a precise manner. What are the statistics that one chromosome would fold just in the right way upon itself? Scientists estimate the
chances are 1 in a billion billion billion. In fact you would need a primordial soup the size of the entire universe, and you would need to give it
billions of times the the age of the universe to get one of these to fold upon itself correctly. But not just one, around 50,000 of them all came
about in one instant in time, along with DNA with its digital book of information (which if printed out could fit in encyclopedias that would fill the
grand canyon in its deepest place from top to bottom - and yes it writing concise writing that carries the blueprint of life) and also the RNA and all
of the enzymes needed to help the RNA duplicate the DNA along with many other processes.)
Sorry if this is a rant about statistics. Just wanted to show how it is not going to happen, ever, to teach students the truth about statistics in
Anyway, the most intelligent people will ignore them if it is to blindly follow a prejudiced agenda.