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  1. The human brain is very fond of stopping chaos and creating patterns, so every randomness seems to require intervention. it turns out that in order to predict “future (essentially random, but dependent on the past)” events, signs are required. omens are сам autosuggestion. �knowing what to expect makes it easier �set yourself up for the appropriate outcome and notice it �it
    doesn't matter if the omen predicts it, the result doesn't depend from �a dropped knife, if he did not press the buttons on the phone while falling and did not invite someone

  2. Omens come true because of certain probabilities that are not related to omens. How many times has something bad happened when a black cat ran across the road? How many times did a woman come to visit when a spoon fell? I think it's all about illusory correlations. A person, as we have already said, is inherent in looking for some logical connections, and when they find something like this, they remember it very well. So if a woman arrives after the spoon falls, the person will certainly notice this, despite the fact that this is just a coincidence. The next few dozen drops of the spoon after which no one knocks on the door will be safely forgotten, and when such a coincidence happens again, the person will pay attention to it again.

    As for me, you should not pay attention to the signs. Trouble can happen without a cat running across the road. Or it may not happen )

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