posted on Jul, 6 2013 @ 08:18 PM
Analyzing the claims of synchronicity I cannot help but think that there are multiple things happening here. First and foremost, there is much
coincidence, and second, much of this has to do with the human brain. For instance, many people claim they look at the clock at a certain time, or
have certain times present themselves repeatedly. But this is biased from the outset, and is likely to make any personal investigation fail. What I
mean is that once a person realizes or gets it in their head that a certain time keeps popping up, or a date, or whatever, they tend to block out the
hundreds of times where this coincidence does not occur, focusing only on when it does happen. So statistically the odds say there is nothing really
going on here, in my opinion at least.
Things that are repetitive, cyclical, are going to present coincidental patterns. This is a fact of nature, or a fact of the human invention of time
and dates, or the invention of ways to track them. There are only 365 days in a year, therefore the odds of anything happening on a given day is 1 in
365.25 or so. And it is even worse with a clock, because there are only so many times, and these times repeat themselves twice daily.
I just do not think there is evidence to support these types of claims. If someone wishes to prove them, they are in luck, because this is an idea for
which some type of experiment can be devised. Certain phenomena cannot be proven one way or the other, because the ideas cannot be tested. But this
seems like an idea that can be tested. It will just take someone to come up with a scientifically sound experiment, and they must perform it without
leaving any room for error. There must be a tight control.