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I consider a logical framework for modeling uncertainty, based on the use of possible worlds, that incorporates knowledge, probability, and time. This turns out to be a powerful approach for modeling many problems of interest. I show how it can beused to give insights into (among other things) several well-known puzzles.doi:10.1007/978-94-015-8994-9_8 fatcat:so5w5fbq4bfozlx7ud7fvwaoxm