This prediction will be judged “Wrong”.
- themusicgod1 estimated 100% on 2016-03-03
- Raahul_Kumar estimated 0% and said “I just judged it right! ; ) Paradox Police!” on 2016-03-03
- Raahul_Kumar judged this prediction right on 2016-03-03.
- Jenson judged this prediction unknown on 2016-03-03.
- Jenson said “Not a paradox; being judged wrong isn’t an objective comment on the prediction’s truth value. If anybody judges it wrong, the prediction will become correct. It’s just that that person’s judgement would be false.” on 2016-03-03
- themusicgod1 said “> It’s just that that person’s judgement would be false.It won’t be false, though. It will be judged wrong. I’m pretty much 100% certain of that. That’s not a false judgement, that’s a true judgement :)” on 2016-03-03
- themusicgod1 said “Conversely if predictionbook had not let Jenson and I rejudge it, the prediction would have been incorrect.” on 2016-03-03
- kuudes said “https://xkcd.com/244/” on 2016-03-03
- Raahul_Kumar said “The prediction has been judged right by me and unknown by Jenson, so the prediction is incorrect about it being judged wrong. Existential uncertainty, the center cannot hold!” on 2016-03-04
- splorridge judged this prediction wrong on 2016-03-04.
- splorridge judged this prediction right on 2016-03-04.
- splorridge said “Ok, so now the prediction has been judged “wrong”, which makes the prediction correct, which means that the current judgement of “right” should stand.” on 2016-03-04
- Raahul_Kumar said “You have just entered into an endless loop splorridge.” on 2016-03-04
- splorridge said “No I haven’t. The prediction was not "The final state of judgement on this prediction will be "wrong"", it was "This prediction will be judged "wrong"". It only needs to be judged wrong once to be right.” on 2016-03-04
- themusicgod1 said “you guys are clever” on 2016-03-06
- themusicgod1 said “You were wrong that it was right. You’re right that it was wrong. You’re right that it is right.” on 2016-03-06
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