Saturday, September 04, 2010

Scientists Are Concerned with what is More Probable Than Not

Maybe I have the mind of a scientist.

When psychiatrists say that I have psychotic mental illness, and I show no signs of psychotic mental illness -- it is more probable than not that something as yet unexplained is going on.

3 comments:

Gary Freedman said...

Richard Feynman was a Nobel Prize-winning physicist who worked on the Manhattan project that developed the atom bomb.

Gary Freedman said...

When I am depicted as drifting in and out of psychotic mental illness -- it is more probable than not that something unexplained is going on.

Gary Freedman said...

Scientists know that if something happens 51% of the time, that's technically more than pure chance.

I may be wrong a lot with my inferences, but technically it's not paranoia if I am right 51% of the time. OK, so I'm wrong 49% of the time. In college, that would earn me a failing grade. But in life it means I am NOT paranoid, but insightful.