me proving you wrong right here
the probability of a negative outcome
the negative outcome still has to do with the risk itself, just because the probability is the same doesn't mean the risk is the same. so hypothetically speaking, you're trying to tell me if the probability of being caught stealing a candy bar and the probability of being caught robbing a bank is the same then the risk is the same. wrong wrong wrong. the negative outcome still factors into the risk, and when you're talking about crimes, usually the consequence of being caught outweighs the probability of being caught, any criminal that's even been caught can tell you that. that's risk. thanks for trying though.