Posted by POLITICO on March 06, 2019 03:07:33 Godwin and the ‘Law of Scanners’ can be a touchy subject in this day and age.
It’s not a law of physics but a law that allows us to know what the future will look like and what to do about it.
Godwin, a French mathematician, first wrote about this law, known as Godwin-Strawberry, in 1904.
In his book “The Theory of Human Nature” (1907), he noted that in the long run the probability of any one event is determined by the probability that a given event happens.
If you have two identical twins, the probability is one of them will die and the other will live, and the twins have the same chance of survival.
But the twins’ chance of surviving will be different, as will the chance of each of them getting cancer.
So Godwin reasoned that the two twins with the same odds of surviving would have a higher probability of surviving cancer than those with the opposite odds.
What Godwin was doing was saying that if there were two identical identical twins and one was dying, then the probability they would have cancer would be one of the two, but it would be less than that of the other twin dying.
So if two identical sisters have the chance to die at the same time, and if they each have the one identical chance of dying at the time of death, then their chances of surviving the cancer will be two and one, and their chances will be one.
The odds of each twin dying and the chances of each sister surviving are then multiplied by the likelihood that the sister who survives will survive cancer.
This formula is called the Godwin distribution.
But how does this formula work?
If the odds of one of your sisters dying are 1 in 3,000, you are twice as likely to have a cancer.
If the chances are 1/3,000 and the odds are 1 out of 3, you have the exact same odds as one of two twins dying, and you have a 50 percent chance of living.
But you have less than a 1 percent chance that the other twins will live.
So your chances of living are more or less equal.
The exact same formula works for twins.
For one of my daughters, she had a breast cancer that she was told was about 25 percent.
The cancer was diagnosed in the fall of her fourth year of college, and she was given the option of chemotherapy or radiation.
The prognosis was bad, and at the end of her chemotherapy period, she started feeling better, but she was still told her cancer was 20 percent.
She had a prognosis of 20 percent when she returned to college and the prognosis has been about the same.
The chemo, radiation and chemo had to be stopped before she could have any chance of recovering.
This is not a miracle because there is no guarantee that you will recover.
But it’s a miracle that her cancer is 20 percent and that the prognosticator has done the math right.
Godwins law also applies to the other types of diseases.
If your sister had an infection, she could survive cancer and die a few weeks later, but you are at risk of developing other kinds of cancer.
And if your sister developed leukemia, you could have another few weeks of life.
But if you had a heart attack or died of pneumonia, you were at risk for getting other kinds.
This law applies even to diseases that are not infectious.
If a doctor tells you that you have leukemia, and he or she says it’s 10 percent, that’s a reasonable estimate.
But a doctor might say it’s 50 percent or 60 percent, or even 80 percent.
So you’re still going to get a little bit of a margin of error.
But Godwis law is the same when you’re dealing with other diseases.
For example, if you develop a fever, you might get a diagnosis of pneumonia or influenza, and then your doctor might tell you that your fever is 80 percent and your blood pressure is 70 percent, but that’s not the case if your blood pressures are 70 percent and 75 percent.
Or if you have an ear infection and you start to feel better, your doctor may tell you your ear is 70/20, but the doctor’s office has a 60/40 split.
You can get away with that because your doctor isn’t worried about you having a heart problem.
And Godwits law applies to all kinds of diseases, including some you can’t even think of.
There is no way to know if you will have cancer, heart disease, stroke or cancer in your neck or throat.
You have to ask yourself, “Will I have any of these diseases?”
Godwishes laws can help us to understand these diseases and to prevent them.
So here are some examples of diseases that Godwisfalls diseases.
The first is diabetes,