Hm, I still can’t find a way to interpret this that doesn’t reduce it to prior probability.

Density corresponds to how common life is (?), which is proportional to . Then the “size” of an area with a certain density corresonds to the prior probability of a certain ? Thus, “the total number of people in low density areas is greater than the total number of people in high density areas, because the size of the low density area is so much greater” corresponds to “, because the prior probability (denoted by p()) of is so much greater”.

Neat! Two questions:

Is it possible to create a link that always lead to the newest version of an article, or will all links lead to the version that existed when the link was created?

Will all edits be visible in the history, or can the author make minor edits without triggering a new version?