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  1. As for coincidences and accidents. They should coincide and happen from time to time, at least something with something. Although there are some that are straight mysticism-mysticism. But we Non-Superstitious Atheists are holding on)

    It's like the story of student Milton Erickson trying to change the mind of a mentally ill man who thought he was dead. When the patient bled from the cut, Erickson pinned him down with an ironclad argument: corpses don't bleed. To which the patient responded: “Wow! It turns out that the corpses are bleeding!”

    So I, who do not believe in mysticism, will include the strangest coincidence in my picture of the world: here, the world is like this, with such coincidences, nothing strange. And a superstitious friend (well, or a believer in the Craft of one of the Gods) will also include a coincidence in HIS picture of the world, and notice: here, this is the Craft of a Macaroni Monster, no wonder, we live on…

  2. The question most likely referred to strange and unusual coincidences, etc. Jung coined the term “synchronicity”for such things. I admit that such things are a manifestation of the world spirit-the unity of the entire universe and consciousness within the absolute.

  3. I feel good about it. I would just like an example of randomness and coincidence, and how they differ.

    If you understand that this” by itself ” turned out, then no.

    If you are looking for someone who “adjusts” matches, then first you need to look at yourself, i.e. the opportunity (or willingness, let's say) to get something, this is not a specific something is meant.

    There are no accidents at all, in the sense that if a certain situation does not concern you, then you will not pay attention to it.

    If it concerns, then this is what is called “chance” (related words “get”, “happened”, even “mating” applies here), i.e. “ray connection”, as well as “separation” is a separation.

    A touch you (happen to you) it can either depend on your request for it, even if it is not very conscious, or it is something like a task or a gift for you, for example, a test for schoolchildren. Of course, he does not want it, but it will happen for sure.

  4. Since coincidences and accidents happen almost every day in my life, and they get stranger and stranger over time, sometimes I feel like I'm either dead or in a deep coma. And all these things are like the totality of what has already happened to me in my adult life or what happens around me when I lie in a coma. So I live with it exxx

  5. The world can be viewed on different scales. The larger the object under consideration, the more predictable it behaves, because large objects are not free. For example, the sun will appear in the east again tomorrow, this is not a coincidence, but a pattern. Therefore, it is more convenient to describe the phenomena of the macrocosm in the language of determinism, the law of cause and effect. Small objects, on the scale of the Planck constant, have an infinite number of degrees of freedom. We can't predict exactly where the fundamental particle will end up next. We can only limit the space where it is most likely to be. So, if the Sun were a microparticle, we would have to wait for it in the morning and in the west, and in the north, and in the south. That is, we would have a certain probability field, inside which our micro-sun can be, based on our past experience.

    Therefore, when observing accidents and coincidences in the macrocosm, it is logical to look for patterns, causes and consequences. This will help you predict a similar situation in the future or analyze the past. And it is more logical to describe randomness and coincidences in the microcosm (for example, the world of human consciousness based on the movement of particles) in the language of probabilities. For example, calculate options for what two different people can do. If their actions coincided, then the probability fields successfully crossed.

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