On an abstract level, we know this for a fact via the “no free lunch” theorem — stating that no problem-solving algorithm can outperform random chance across all possible problems.
One of the strangest article I’ve read. With some of the strangest comments too.
You said: “People this close to death have no business threatening our species with nuclear annihilation.” I don’t think people decades away from death like Kim Jong Un should have any business doing so either.
The title is a no true Scotsman fallacy.
Can the Socialist Party of Great Britain win the majority of UK Parliament? Theoretically possible, but realistically not in a 100 years.
Is UK not a Democracy then? Absolutely not.