Beyond Coincidence

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"Beyond Coincidence" recounts and analyzes more than two hundred amazing stories of synchronicity, the likes of: Laura Buxton, age ten, releases a balloon from her backyard. It lands 140 miles away in the backyard of another Laura Buxton, also age ten. Two sisters in Alabama decide, independently, to visit the other. En route, their identical jeeps collide and both sisters are killed. The winning number in the evening drawing of the New York Lottery three-digit " numbers" game on September 11, 2002 is 9-1-1. From magic and religion to subatomic particles and the laws of probability, "Beyond Coincidence" deeply explores the roots of luck, odds, and circumstance while telling amazing stories that will have you shaking your head.
"Beyond Coincidence" recounts and analyzes more than two hundred amazing stories of synchronicity, the likes of: Laura Buxton, age ten, releases a balloon from her backyard. It lands 140 miles away in the backyard of another Laura Buxton, also age ten. Two sisters in Alabama decide, independently, to visit the other. En route, their identical jeeps collide and both sisters are killed. The winning number in the evening drawing of the New York Lottery three-digit " numbers" game on September 11, 2002 is 9-1-1. From magic and religion to subatomic particles and the laws of probability, "Beyond Coincidence" deeply explores the roots of luck, odds, and circumstance while telling amazing stories that will have you shaking your head.*Yellowed pages*
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AuthorMartin Plimmer
Publisherundefined
PlaceLondon
Year2005
ISBN9781840466188
BindingPaperback
ConditionGood
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