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Borel-Cantelli Lemma, since monkeys type Banana Republic. Then, if there are characters on the keyboard and characters in Banana Republic , for each . Furthermore, the are mutually independent. Hence, by the second infinitely many of the events occur i.e.infinitely many monkeys will type Banana Republic. Thus, there is a single, unitary, solitary, lonely, individual, isa, usa, uno, jeden, man, nomes, or 1 chance in all eternity that the infinite monkeys will type Banana Republic as there is the same chance that the Philippines would have a good President. Of course, as a pure thought experiment where at least one factor is infinity, there is always one chance the randomness will produce the desired result. Yet, what would be the answer if we apply this theory to practical reality, and if we ask, given the permutations of the number of candidates and available modes of having one, what is the chance 110 million Filipinos would have a good President in 2016? Well, the University of Plymouth once had six monkeys in a room with six computers to test if the monkeys could type anything remotely Shakespearian. After a month, the primates could produce only five pages of typewritten text consisting mostly of the letter "S". That is, after the monkeys found out there was another use for the keyboard that did not involve urinating or defecating on the machines. Yet, it must be emphasized that the Philippine voters are not just a random machine or monkeys holed up in a room with a computer. There is an active intent to search, find, and vote for a good President. Thus, the chance of having a good President in 2016 should be greater than one. That is, of course, if the majority of voters would find better use for their ballots that did not involve defecating or urinating on them literally and figuratively.