From: Phil Goetz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Sep 12 2005 - 09:51:22 MDT
> Suppose you have a population of 10 birds of different colors, and no
> knowledge about the population.
> If you sample one of the birds and find that it's a purple goose, why
> does this count as information that all the RAVENS
> in the population are black?
Actually, it can - there are 10 birds that might have been
non-black ravens, and now there are only 9 birds that might
be non-black ravens.
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