She ain’t taking no one’s shit right now.

]]>By this I mean there is an equal chance of the random clock staying on the same second for the entire day, as there is for it staying on the same second for exactly twenty three seconds.

The thing is, that when you collect all of these possibilities, you still have to account for what second the clock shows, and what second it actually is.

This means that no matter what happens, there are always 86399 seconds that do not match up with what the true time is. And the chance of it still not hitting that second is going to be repeated 86400. Once for every second of the day.

My point is, that it doesn’t matter if the clock changes at random intervals.

The chance of any one second getting hit twice in a row is 1 in 7464960000, but since the actual time changes, there’s still a 1/86400 chance that it is correct.

The probability it’s right AT LEAST once, is going to be 63.212%

Trust me on this.

I know math.

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BLAME THE FRENCH!

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