Contra The Fine Tuning Argument

ZJ gives a kick ass, concise, precise, logically strong, awesomely robotically delivered refutation.  Seriously, it’s brilliant and thorough and you really really really should watch it:

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  • Gdeb

    nice argument, however i’d like to do a mathematical remark : it is wrong that if an event has a probability of 0, it will not happen. At least, it is wrong if the measure of probability is continuous. For example, assume that we have some device which randomly picks a real number between 0 et 1, with the same probability for each real number. Each number has exactly a probability of 0 to be chosen, yet, some number is chosen.