> I assert that it is completely impossible for you to flip a coin 1
> times and have it turn up heads every time. When I say completely
> impossible, I mean that it will never EVER happen, no matter how many
> times you try.
And I assert that probability exists only as a fix for uncertainty in systems one wishes to predict that have too many variables of too high a complexity to track. Probability will become obsolete with the arrival of the necessary technology. Or will it? What do you think?