Coincidence: World at conflict
By Gerald Interent Anthropologist Think Tank
Coincidence is the noteworthy alignment of two or more events or circumstances without obvious causal connection. The word is derived from the Latin co- ("in", "with", "together") and incidere ("to fall on"); in the more literal translation coincidence can be used to describe the order of events as observed but without explanation of causal connection; A coincidence does not prove a relationship, but related events may be expected to have a higher index of coincidence. Probability is the basic tool, or method, to rationally evaluate coincidences. In the field of mathematics, the index of coincidence can be used to analyze whether two events are related.
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