Elo from LessWrong suggested this problem:

## I write a sequence of n heads or tails on paper.

## I then start flipping a sequence of n coins. If next coin does not match my sequence, I restart a new sequence of n coins.

## What is the rule for the relationship between how many coins I need to flip to get the sequence I have pre-committed to and the length of the sequence of?

Discussion there:

http://lesswrong.com/r/discussion/lw/pg3/open_thread_september_25_october_1_2017/dxlt

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I’m still hoping for the 10K BC post!

A dedicated post on the earth rotation/temp thing.

And maybe one on the greenhouse gasses dogma!

I hope it’s not up to a coin flip, or do i?

I have every intention to produce several posts. Currently, I use almost all of my thinking power on something else but will be back!