In article <email@example.com>, "Ross A. Finlayson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The notion of a uniform probability distribution over all the naturals > is not necessarily intuitive, and I described how to build one in ZFC > besides that EF has the concomitant properties of being the CDF of a > uniform distribution of the naturals.
It is well known, at least to those who are the least bit familiar with the mathematics of probability, that a uniform probability distribution over a set of pairwise disjoint outcomes that is countably infinite is an impossibility, and thus Ross' alleged CDF is purely mythical.
This has been pointed out to him several times, but he apparently will not allow himself to learn from his mistakes. --