Laure Posted December 1, 2006 Share Posted December 1, 2006 If something is probable or improbable would be based on evidence for or against something would it not? Regardless of whether or not it was provable, when you figure out probabilities you are weighing evidence that something can happen vs. evidence that something can't. I could be wrong there though. So if you can not provide evidence for either then you can't figure out a probability can you?Well, I'd say that if there is zero evidence for something to exist, I would estimate its probability of existing at zero, not at 50%. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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