> what nonzero probability implies, you'd have a hard time showing that 
> anything non-contradictory at all has a nonzero probability of being true.

Er, I typed too quickly.  I mean you'd have a hard time of showing that 
anything non-contradictory has zero probability.  Anything that isn't 
mathematically contradictory has a nonzero probability, as far as I'm 


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