# Is it possible that in an endless game of heads and tails, tails will not appear even once?

Well, that is, let's say you tossed a coin 10 times, and all 10 times an eagle fell out. You decide to flip the coin 100 more times, and lo and behold, a hundred eagles again. When you have the courage to throw a coin an infinite number of times, can it never show tails? Or is it necessary that both heads and tails appear an infinite number of times?

I think that ten times the “Eagle” can fall out in a row. And I will assume that it will fall out a thousand times and even… a million. But “infinitely” is basically impossible due to the presence of symmetry in our world.

This question, by the way, shows the weakness of formal logic and, in particular, the method of induction in relation to the physics of our world.