True Predictions

Jack d.kelly.NOSPAM at ucl.NOSPAM.ac.uk
Sat Nov 2 12:55:33 EST 2002


Luck and the fact that the human brain is designed to find correlations.
I.E., once you've convinced yourself of a pattern, you will find that
pattern everywhere you look.

"Omar Bohsali" <omarbohsali at omarbohsali.com> wrote in message
news:apsqoa$8at$1 at bob.news.rcn.net...
> Hello,
>
>     There have been many occurences in which I made a prediction that
would
> come true in a conversation. For example, I would ask a friend what his
test
> score was. I suddenly get a thought that it is an 84, and that ends up
being
> his answer. Another time, I was having a conversation with a brother, and
we
> were predicting somebody's age. I made a low guess, and then I knew that
he
> would say that I was off by at least 20 years, which was exactly what he
> said. There have been many other times where something of this sort
> happened, but not only with numbers. Does anybody have knowledge with this
> sort of thing, and how it is caused?
>
> --
> Thank You,
>
> Omar Bohsali
> http://www.omarbohsali.com
>
>
>





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