I was just curious, since the B-T paradox is a measure theoretic result, if there are any consequences of this paradox in probability theory? Also, is there is a way of stating the B-T paradox in the language of probability theory?

I am ultimately interested in finding an application of the B-T paradox in physics which leads to an experimental prediction.

do notwell describe the physical world. So I think no accepted physical model is going to make any predictions that involve B-T in any way, much less ones that you could test experimentally. $\endgroup$ – Nate Eldredge Aug 18 '10 at 17:52