Farmer Joe is concerned about his cow, Daisy. In fact, he is so concerned that when his wife tells him that Daisy is happily grazing on the field, Farmer Joe wants to see for himself. He doesn't want merely to have a 99 percent probability that Daisy is safe, he wants to be able to say that he knows that Daisy is safe. Farmer Joe then goes out to the field and, standing by the gate, sees in the distance, behind some trees, a white and black shape that he recognizes as his Daisy. He goes back home and tells his wife that he knows that Daisy is safe on the field. Yet, at this point, does Farmer Joe really know it
The description suggests that the farmer Joe is obsessed with his cow.
The description suggests that farmer Joe is suspicious about the cow whether the cow is in good condition or not. It has been mentioned that the farmer only observes the cow from an appreciable distance and is able to to observe the black and white shape from a distance. He is assuming the existence of cow from a distance. But it is not clear that the cow is still there or not. Probably Joe should reduce the distance and observe the cow in total visibility for complete assurance.
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the telephone is the answer