Bayes theorem redux

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jim mcnamara
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https://xkcd.com/2059

A new interesting self-referential theorem that "self-corrects" for the theorem's own probability of correctness. ?? Hold your pointer still in the middle if the cartoon for a few seconds to get P(C).
 
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And also a term to reflect the probability that I am using the Modified Bayes Theorem correctly. :biggrin:
Yay, a fractal theorem!
It reminds me of Benoit B Mandelbrot's explanation that the initial B in the middle of his name is short for Benoit B Mandelbrot.
 
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It reminds me of Benoit B Mandelbrot's explanation that the initial B in the middle of his name is short for Benoit B Mandelbrot.
...but in a font 4.669 times smaller.
 

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