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I would like to respond correctly to a post in AoM on probability. It was said that the universe ‘must have had’ a creator. I said that, since the universe exists. The probability is 1; not 1:large-number-of-choice.
The response was that, after it happened, the probability was 1, but the probability of it happening by way of a random event before the universe was created was zero.

Both Drayeye and Robert Jameson responded without a simple explanation as requested by me. I would like to know what is the correct answer and wording and a simple outline of why. Could anyone here on Science help here, please?

Susan



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 30-Jun-19 11:04 by Susan Doris.

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Probability question 761 Susan Doris 30-Jun-19 09:49
Re: Probability question 110 D-Archer 30-Jun-19 10:54
Re: Probability question 100 Susan Doris 30-Jun-19 11:06
Re: Probability question 100 Susan Doris 30-Jun-19 12:31
Re: The Weak Anthropic Principle 105 Nolondil 30-Jun-19 14:30
Re: The Weak Anthropic Principle 107 Susan Doris 30-Jun-19 15:20
Re: Probability question 109 Race Jackson 30-Jun-19 16:45
Re: Probability question 85 Susan Doris 01-Jul-19 05:18
Neither math nor science: a personal "agenda" 100 drrayeye 30-Jun-19 23:55
Re: Neither math nor science: a personal "agenda" 89 Susan Doris 01-Jul-19 05:29
Re: Probability question 93 Me 01-Jul-19 00:48
Re: Probability question 97 Susan Doris 01-Jul-19 08:16
Re: Probability question 152 Poster Boy 01-Jul-19 16:56
Re: Probability question 81 Poster Boy 01-Jul-19 15:45
Re: Probability question 82 Susan Doris 01-Jul-19 16:04
Re: Probability question 88 Poster Boy 01-Jul-19 16:16


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