Probabilistic proposition

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A probabilistic proposition is a proposition with a measured probability of being true for an arbitrary person at an arbitrary time.

These are some examples of probabilistic propositions collected by the Mindpixel project:[citation needed]

  • You are not human 0.17
  • Color and colour are the same word spelled differently 0.95
  • You do not think the sun will rise tomorrow 0.15
  • You have never seen the sky 0.13
  • You are a rock 0.01
  • Is westlife a pop group? 0.50
  • I exist 0.98
  • Bread is raw toast 0.89
  • Do you know how to talk? 0.89