On the myth that probability depends on knowledge
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May3-11, 02:06 AM
An infinite number of experiments never seemed to me like a very reasonable way to build a physical theory.
Infinity is well approximated in practice by sufficiently large numbers.
With fewer observations one simply gets less accurate results - as always in physics.
And sometimes we don't get more than one experiment!
Applying probability theory to single instances is foolish.