Coin flipping probability | Probability and Statistics | Khan Academy

But what if the coin lands on the thin side?
And what if you circle it around with a Finger tip?
50/50 posibility (left or right)
Try it .
And for a Moment the flicker imagination of a ball apears.

Add the Problem of Timerelativity and no existing perfect Circle…

What do you have?

Question two?
What does that logical error to you and how do you think and feel about (the boarders of Einstein relativity “theory”)?

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