assateague wrote:There may be an infinite number of outcomes, but we are only ever concerned with one of them. And that makes it 50/50.
Hell, it's even 50/50 that there are an infinite number of outcomes.
Embrace it. It's invincible.
smh
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assateague wrote:There may be an infinite number of outcomes, but we are only ever concerned with one of them. And that makes it 50/50.
Hell, it's even 50/50 that there are an infinite number of outcomes.
Embrace it. It's invincible.
assateague wrote:Yup.
waterfowlman wrote:assateague wrote:Yup.
It's also 50/50 you're gonna shoot a Pintail this season my friend.
Indawoods wrote:Tinner4 wrote:Didn't know I was gonna open a can of worms with that comment haha
chance of the can opening was 50/50.
waterfowlman wrote:assateague wrote:Yup.
It's also 50/50 you're gonna shoot a Pintail this season my friend.
Indaswamp wrote:waterfowlman wrote:assateague wrote:Yup.
It's also 50/50 you're gonna shoot a Pintail this season my friend.
Naw...that's more like 1/1 million....
assateague wrote:Thank you.
teddysberna wrote:whistlin_wings wrote:Did you get his autograph?
I thought about getting him to sign my cleavage, but decided against it at the last moment.
WoodyWhiffingMG wrote:Indaswamp wrote:waterfowlman wrote:assateague wrote:Yup.
It's also 50/50 you're gonna shoot a Pintail this season my friend.
Naw...that's more like 1/1 million....
can't be, everything is 50/50
assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Now you are just being absurd.
Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Now you are just being absurd.
Tinner4 wrote:Figured it out! Stopped and asked the surveyors last week. They are digging it out and making it a wetland preserve which is awesome! What's not so awesome is it's still going to be privately owned by a trust.... so I'm not sure what the chances are of us getting on it to hunt. I also asked them how many pheasants were seen when they cut the grass (my mother released them there for years) they said onlyt 8 hens and 2 coveys of quail... I KNOW BETTER!
razorback wrote:Tinner4 wrote:Figured it out! Stopped and asked the surveyors last week. They are digging it out and making it a wetland preserve which is awesome! What's not so awesome is it's still going to be privately owned by a trust.... so I'm not sure what the chances are of us getting on it to hunt. I also asked them how many pheasants were seen when they cut the grass (my mother released them there for years) they said onlyt 8 hens and 2 coveys of quail... I KNOW BETTER!
We did something similar here. Owned some property, they came in and installed dikes and pumps. We have exclusive access to it. Only stipulation was we can't develop it for 99 years.
Go make friends with the owners to get a spot.
assateague wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Now you are just being absurd.
Absolutely not. Ask Mr. Schrodinger how absurd the premise is. Until something occurs, it absolutely cannot be measured- it's all riding a probability wave function. And when it does happen, there are only two possibilities remaining- did or did not. 50/50.
Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Now you are just being absurd.
Absolutely not. Ask Mr. Schrodinger how absurd the premise is. Until something occurs, it absolutely cannot be measured- it's all riding a probability wave function. And when it does happen, there are only two possibilities remaining- did or did not. 50/50.
1000 people buy a lottery ticket, 1 winner. It is known in advance that there will only be one winner, just not WHO that winner is. Fact. if it were 50/50, there would be 500 winners known ahead of time, just not exactly which ones would win. In one example, the odds are 1 in 1000. In the second, it's 50/50. Sorry you can't see that.
teddysberna wrote:whistlin_wings wrote:Did you get his autograph?
I thought about getting him to sign my cleavage, but decided against it at the last moment.
assateague wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Now you are just being absurd.
Absolutely not. Ask Mr. Schrodinger how absurd the premise is. Until something occurs, it absolutely cannot be measured- it's all riding a probability wave function. And when it does happen, there are only two possibilities remaining- did or did not. 50/50.
teddysberna wrote:whistlin_wings wrote:Did you get his autograph?
I thought about getting him to sign my cleavage, but decided against it at the last moment.
Westtennduckhunter wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Now you are just being absurd.
Absolutely not. Ask Mr. Schrodinger how absurd the premise is. Until something occurs, it absolutely cannot be measured- it's all riding a probability wave function. And when it does happen, there are only two possibilities remaining- did or did not. 50/50.
1000 people buy a lottery ticket, 1 winner. It is known in advance that there will only be one winner, just not WHO that winner is. Fact. if it were 50/50, there would be 500 winners known ahead of time, just not exactly which ones would win. In one example, the odds are 1 in 1000. In the second, it's 50/50. Sorry you can't see that.
Either you win or you lose. 50/50.
Westtennduckhunter wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Now you are just being absurd.
Absolutely not. Ask Mr. Schrodinger how absurd the premise is. Until something occurs, it absolutely cannot be measured- it's all riding a probability wave function. And when it does happen, there are only two possibilities remaining- did or did not. 50/50.
1000 people buy a lottery ticket, 1 winner. It is known in advance that there will only be one winner, just not WHO that winner is. Fact. if it were 50/50, there would be 500 winners known ahead of time, just not exactly which ones would win. In one example, the odds are 1 in 1000. In the second, it's 50/50. Sorry you can't see that.
Either you win or you lose. 50/50.
Indaswamp wrote:Westtennduckhunter wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Now you are just being absurd.
Absolutely not. Ask Mr. Schrodinger how absurd the premise is. Until something occurs, it absolutely cannot be measured- it's all riding a probability wave function. And when it does happen, there are only two possibilities remaining- did or did not. 50/50.
1000 people buy a lottery ticket, 1 winner. It is known in advance that there will only be one winner, just not WHO that winner is. Fact. if it were 50/50, there would be 500 winners known ahead of time, just not exactly which ones would win. In one example, the odds are 1 in 1000. In the second, it's 50/50. Sorry you can't see that.
Either you win or you lose. 50/50.
I have some lottery tickets for sale....
Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Now you are just being absurd.
Absolutely not. Ask Mr. Schrodinger how absurd the premise is. Until something occurs, it absolutely cannot be measured- it's all riding a probability wave function. And when it does happen, there are only two possibilities remaining- did or did not. 50/50.
1000 people buy a lottery ticket, 1 winner. It is known in advance that there will only be one winner, just not WHO that winner is. Fact. if it were 50/50, there would be 500 winners known ahead of time, just not exactly which ones would win. In one example, the odds are 1 in 1000. In the second, it's 50/50. Sorry you can't see that.
assateague wrote:Indaswamp wrote:Westtennduckhunter wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Indaswamp wrote:assateague wrote:Until it happens, you don't know that for certain. So, 50/50.
Now you are just being absurd.
Absolutely not. Ask Mr. Schrodinger how absurd the premise is. Until something occurs, it absolutely cannot be measured- it's all riding a probability wave function. And when it does happen, there are only two possibilities remaining- did or did not. 50/50.
1000 people buy a lottery ticket, 1 winner. It is known in advance that there will only be one winner, just not WHO that winner is. Fact. if it were 50/50, there would be 500 winners known ahead of time, just not exactly which ones would win. In one example, the odds are 1 in 1000. In the second, it's 50/50. Sorry you can't see that.
Either you win or you lose. 50/50.
I have some lottery tickets for sale....
No thanks. A 50% chance of losing my money is way too high for me.
Indaswamp wrote:alright, Let's take the daily finishing numbers on the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Take the Penny column. You have 10 possible digits to choose from. You guess what the final will be at the close of the bell for the next ten days. If you are correct that you have a 50/50 chance of being correct, you should be able to be right at least 5 times over the next ten days. Good luck. You are going to need it. BTW-post your guess by noon of each work day.
I say that the odds at 1 in 10 that you will be correct.....
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