Re: Simulations of the Monty Hall Problem

From: Adrian Tymes (
Date: Mon May 14 2001 - 10:57:19 MDT

Lee Corbin wrote:
> Adrian Tymes writes
> >Alternately, if people would just try to write some simple
> >simulations, or try a few direct experiments for things that
> >can't easily be simluated, when they have spent years beating
> >their brains out about a particular problem in a near void of
> >actual data, much insight could also be gained.
> Yes. Quite right. I apologize for what I wrote.

Not needed. You were factually correct, IMO. The answer in this case
is not one extreme or the other (pure thought or pure action), but

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