Explain this SERENDIPITY and these COINCIDENCES?
turtle0 at deleterogers.com
Mon Jul 21 22:50:54 EST 2003
Perhaps she called you after whatever she was watching was over which was
the same time the news was over and you were connecting the phone? Perhaps
she also watches the news, it's always on at the same time, isn't it?
The phone line still carries a ring signal when there's no phone there to
recieve it so you wouldn't have needed to connect it the exact moment she
called, you might have connected it after the 1st or 2nd ring and still got
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> > > For example, some weeks ago I
> > > was on the net and forgot to reconnect the phone line, it remained so
> > a
> > > number of hours. Finally sitting down to rest I suddenly jumped up to
> > > reconnect the phone because I remembered that I had left it
> > I
> > > hadn't even stood up when the phone began ringing. Jane was on the
> > and
> > > I hadn't spoken to her for a few weeks and that was the first time she
> > > phoned in that period. Now what are the odds that at the very moment I
> > > startled and reconnect the phone, she starts dialling and the phone is
> > > reconnected just in time for it to ring?(10 secs out of 21days
> > > X24hursX60minsx60secs... ) I related this event to some friends and
> > they
> > > told me how they often can anticipate their partner's phone calls. The
> > > typical rationalist response is, "It's just a co-incidence." Stories
> > > this are numerous by the way so it seems co-incidence is a prevalent
> > > in the universe.
> > >
> > What were you doing before remembering to connect the phone?
> Watching the news.
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