Haha! Kinda like the concept of inflation. That reminds me of a relevant comment I heard from someone (quote to quote) bullying me. "If we're in, like, a reduction (I'm assuming that's a recession), why don't we, like, make millions of money, and then we, like, buy everything. Then you could, like, go, and shut the **** up about your issues." I got more than even with her for that one.
Well my fellow atheists, upon interview with fellow Christian members of this site, most Christians believe the rapture's coming is unpredictable, and the people who found out the dates are "Crackpots". This is Q-Cumber, logging off.
I have a facebook, but wish I didn't. It's time-consuming and controlling. Your instincts tell you to check it every day. Like a parrot, but at least parrots are colorful! I've deleted most of my "friends" (all my friends on facebook are actually friends) and I go on once in a while to post a funny thing or to see what some of my friends' activities I'd like to join (to which I eventually won't). I really hate it, but it has me by its feet. Just because a parrot is free and full of "activities" doesn't mean it won't constantly squawk into your ear.
I think the BD paradox is relevant here. K and N need to be known in order to solve the probability. The BD paradox states that if 23 people are in one room, there is a 50% chance that two people will have the same B-day. It all depends on the variables. Although it seems weird, if you conduct the BD paradox experiment, you'll be surprised.