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Pseudo-scientific waffle dressed up as science,
This review is from: Beyond Coincidence (Hardcover)
This book lulls you into a false sense of security with sections on statistics and mathematical models (and the chapters on these are OK), but ends up giving as much weight to "new-age" mysticism surrounding consequences.
If you think there's something "special" about everyday coincidences, this book may well appeal to you.
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Initial post: 14 Mar 2014 07:15:30 GMT
Al wrote ...
'If you think there's something "special" about everyday coincidences, this book may well appeal to you'.
Surely there's something 'special' in the act of simply living, or breathing, or being able to see, or the fact that the billions of cells in our bodies are able to work in such amazing sequence day after day, year after year - not to mention that most of us who have experienced coincidences in our everyday lives consider them related to a deep connection with Nature. So lets not be so close-minded as to shut off such connections simply because we cant measure them with our rulers and microscopes. ;-)
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