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Bayseian Probabilities Misused … Exemplified

April 30, 2012

In this amusing post, Glenn Peoples (Update: Technically, the creative work is Tim McGrew’s) lampoons Richard Carrier’s misuse of Bayseian Probability by turning his methods on – the existence of Richard Carrier (link to example). This misuse of “probability” is not confined to anti-supernaturalists like Carrier. We also see it among supernaturalists, from time to time.


H.T. Victor Reppert

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