By Murray Bourne, 07 Sep 2007

This video is quite clever and the effects are (mostly) good.

Now, let's ponder how they arrived at their probability value... This is, after all, a chaotic situation where calculating probabilities would be almost impossible.

Then again, in the real world, that is quite normal.

On with the show.

See the 1 Comment below.

One Comment on “Probability”

  1. Darmok says:

    I believe the method they used was to take the number 1, then place a decimal point and a whole bunch of zeroes in front of it.

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