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Collecting bizarre coincidences

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How often do you think something is a coincidence?

Professor David Spiegelhalter of Cambridge University is collecting examples for a study he's carrying out. He says that there is a strong chance that at some point in our life we will experience a bizarre coincidence.

If you have experienced or know of a striking coincidence, he wants to hear from you. Visit the Understanding Uncertainty website and share your own experience of bizarre coincidences.


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