Anonymous 11/19/2020 (Thu) 22:50:53 Id: beea58 No.5790 del
>>5788
"there are not coincidences"
mebbe not
but what constitutes a coincidence?
When Q talks about coincidences, he's usually pointing us in a particular direction (where he actually has hard info that he can't share bc of nat'l security or legal limitations)

but statistically speaking,
a. to show a correlation requires more than a bare assertion - there are methods & stds that apply
b. correlation does not equal causation