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But what I don't understand is why you posted the question in the math forum. It is not the task of math to say what is and what is not physically possible. A mathematician just has to say "Let P1 be the probability of the event according to S and let P' be the probability of the event according to S'" and it's done.

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On second thought, I should have posted this in the General Physics forum. Maybe a moderator will transfer it there.

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Look at Bayesian statistics and conditional probabilities.

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Is it possible for the probability of an event to be relative, i. e. valued differently for different objective observers?

Please have a look at Bertrand's Paradox. Depending on the notion of randomness of the observer, the problem has three different answers.

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My SWAG on Bertrand? Something to do with Aleph_{1} probabilities expressed as those of Aleph_{0}.

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Of what veracity is the statement "Choice Changes Chance"?

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