If you go fox-hunting will you shoot a fox? Will a fox shoot you?
Could life on earth have begun spontaneously?
How many of an item must a storekeeper stock to be reasonably certain he won't run out?
How far can you trust an opinion poll?
When is insurance a good buy?
What does 'probable' mean?
How likely is it that the eventual winner in an election will be ahead all the way?
What's the doctrine of the maturity of chances? Why is it so costly?
How is a long-range weather forecast made?
What hope have parents of five daughters for a change next time around?
How far has the existence of telepathy been demonstrated?
When is a medical miracle not a miracle?
Where is the fatal weakness in every gambling system?
Just what does the law of averages really say?
If you have ever pondered over these sorts of questions, this book just might have some answers.
In any case, you have a very good chance of enjoying the book.