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In response to Decoherence
Comment author: nono 13 March 2011 05:36:49PM 1 point [-]

I've got the same questions as Psy-Kosh and DavidAgain. Why?

Comment author: nono 17 February 2011 10:48:59AM 2 points [-]

"Renormalizing leaves us with a 1/3 probability of two boys, and a 2/3 probability of one boy one girl." help me with this one, i'm n00b. If one of the kids is known to be a boy (given information), then doesn't the other one has 50/50 chances to be either a boy or a girl? And then having 50/50 chances for the couple of kids to be either a pair of boys or one boy one girl?