Repository URL:
http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/2279
Author(s):
Brian Kierland, Bradley Monton
preprint description
Physicist J. Richard Gott has given an argument that, if good, allows one to make accurate predictions for the future longevity of a process, based solely on its present age. We show that there are problems with some of the details of Gott’s argument, but we defend the crucial insight: in many circumstances, the greater the present age of a process, the more likely a longer future duration.

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