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    I often experience the max strange-coincidence quotient. And I have started to say that I am Serendipity's little-play thing. Anyone else?


     
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    You're probably more aware of the coincidences in your life. Everything is over my head, usually.
     
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    Please explain why you think this using concrete examples.
     
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    Did a man wearing a purple hat and green overalls knock on your door at 4 AM a few nights ago? Because that would be strange (and probably very creepy too).
     
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    Hey did, but I invited him in for tea and crackers. As he entered my foyer I made sure he had a reflection and then we seated ourselves by the fire and chatted late into the night. His name is Ferdinand and he raises free-range chickens in South Minneapolis. We exchanged hot-dish recipes and then he had to go.
     
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    Welcome to the world of syncronicities! :)
     
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    He raises chickens in South Minneapolis? Impressive.
     
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    My dad raises chickens (and has done so for the past 7 years) in a new jersey suberb. It is possible anywhere.
     
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    If the principle of causality is only a matter of statistical probability, then there is room for a complimentary principle in which nature arranges events which have apparent meaning to humans. I find this concept to be spooky. Yet it appears that it is mathematically sound.
     
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    It would be even stranger if coincidences never happened.
     
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