Recently published statistics indicate that the odds are overwhelming that you do not in fact exist
|November 22, 2011||Posted by News under Cosmology, Fine tuning, Intelligent Design, News|
Quanrtum fuzziness explains why you believe you exist.
In “Are you totally improbable or totally inevitable?” (National Public Radio, November 21, 2011), Robert Krulwich offers,
Author and blogger Dr. Ali Binazir did the calculations last spring and decided that the chances of anyone existing are one in 102,685,000. In other words, as this infographic figures it, you are totally improbable:
Actually, there is no reason each position can’t be partially true. One might have been intended by a power beyond the universe, yet be unique at the same time.
Even earthly powers are not required to make more than one of any work of art. (Indeed, they are generally discouraged from doing so.)
We now await the professor who looks at these odds, shakes his head, clears his throat, and says that the graphic merely demonstrates his thesis that you do not really exist.
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