oh man, depthy
You have a point there, but hey, if I hadn't made it, someone other had.
One body or another. People don't live. Bodys live. People just live through the body, and the chance of a body born, is a lot higher.
What this video tells me is that it is entirely possible for everybody in Alaska to sneeze at exactly the same time.
Imagine the look on their faces afterwards
sneeze heard around the world.
Well sort of. All probability is relative because it's a ratio, and if you want to compound all probability you end up deviding by either zero or infinity. In order to calculate the probability of something specific you have to start with a specific point to begin your calculation. That point is *always* the most reacent. If you wok backwards then you can stop yourself at a point and say "the probability of x happening is relative to y, the total number of possibilities." Also, like I said, if you wanted to be complete instead of stopping at an arbitrary point in time you would trace back all the way to the beginning of time; the big bang. The chances of that happening are unknown, and because of that it's either infinite or undefined (devision by zero). Furthermore, there is a theory that, because of the vastness of the universe, there is someone else exactly like you at this exact moment in time but a different point in space. So one could argue that, taking into account the entirety of the universe, the chances of exactly you existing (ignoring spacial location) is very very high. If the universe were infinitely large then the chances of exactly you existing are exactly 1. Not 1 in 2, not 1 in 10^900,000, 1 in 1. A 100% chance of you existing. In an infinite universe, which this one isn't. But due to the size of the universe, the odds of exactly you existing at some point in space time are astronomically high. Just saying. Sorry if this is confusing to anybody.
Based off of the estimated size of the universe and how we have yet to find life within other areas, I'm not so sure that there are infinite different happenings at some point in space. Or at least in the third dimension.
And yes, the probability is relative, but it's for the same reason you wouldn't factor "chances of being hit by a car in any point in your life" into "chances of winning the lottery."
This video made me feel special :D It makes you realize that your life isn't a waste and that we're all lucky to be alive!