Coincidences, Advanced Statistics

Coincidences: Astonishing concurrence of the events, perceived as meaningfully related, with no apparent causal connection. Such type of events abounds in everyday life and is often the source of some amazement. As pointed out by Fisher, though, 'the one chance in a million will undoubtedly happen, with no less and no more than its appropriate frequency, however surprised we may be. 

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