Well, I counted two timestamps with double digits, out of a total of 19 posts. Not compelling, at least in my opinion.
As you pointed out, the odds are 1/6 that you'll see a time with a double digit, when using a digital clock assuming that your views occurred
. However, there are many reasons why you might not be viewing the clock randomly. One reason is that, subconsciously, you are
tending to look more often when it's a double-digit. The mind is able to gauge time relatively accurately, so this wouldn't be too remarkable. No
clue whether that's what you're doing, but it's a possibility. Perhaps your viewing is triggered by certain things such as TV shows coming on,
noises from the street, etc.
Another possible explanation is that you're looking at more-or-less random times, but forgetting the non-double digits. It's called
. As Sir Francis Bacon said, “The root of all superstition is that men
observe when a thing hits, but not when it misses.” It is possible that you were surprised about finding a few double-digit views, and decided to
look for them. When they hit, you remember; when they don't, it's not remarkable, so you tend to unconsciously forget about them.
I'm not greatly attached to either of these notions. I don't know you, your habits, nor your state of mind. Everything I suggested may be
completely wrong. I'm just throwing them out there as possibilities.
If the views are significant, you have to ask, "significant of what?" If it's a message, it's mighty cryptic. But it may be something else -
perhaps your subconscious sensitivity to some fluctuation of energy. Again, just tossing out ideas, not seriously claiming to believe any of them.
I'd be interested to find whether this happens to you with clocks all over the place, or just with certain ones - maybe your own clocks, your
computer's clock, etc. Does the real time matter, or do you get the double-digits even when the real time is something else? That sort of thing.
If you aren't familiar with the concept, you might want to check out synchronicity
. CG Jung
developed part of his theory of psychology on the occurrence of meaningful coincidences. Perhaps that might shed some light on what you're