"There's a 0% chance that X will happen."
Most people interpret that to be equivalent to, "X will never happen."
But that isn't so. An example: If one were to toss an infinitely fine-pointed dart at the real number line and hit a spot between 0 and 1, for any particular number in that range, there is a 0% chance you will hit it. But you *will* have hit *some* number, so even though there was a zero percent probability that number would be hit, it was hit.Answers in comments, please.