The existence of non-measurable sets is a consequence of the Axiom of Choice.
It would therefore be interesting to know which Axioms are used by Bruno.
John Mikes wrote:I believe, if a conceptual statement (a true one) is in
conflict with a
I vote for the inadequacy of the theory.
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> Bruno wrote: ''The probabilities are defined on infinite
> (continuous) set of infinite histories.''
> Isn't this in conflict with measure theory, because one would expect that
> sets would be non-measurable?