Illusion of Coincidence. Written and performed by Transmission Zero: Jacek Zięba - guitar Krzysztof Rutka - bass; synths Sebastian Zimowski - drums. Recorded on 12-14 October 2018 in Nebula Studio in Warsaw, Poland. Mixed and mastered by Maciej Karbowski. Artwork by Gosia Nowak.
Illusion of Coincidence. from Live at Piękny Pies by Transmission Zero. The Brooklyn duo bring a host of g from classical to folk to bluegrass-to their churning post-rock. Bandcamp Album of the Day May 24, 2017. For Emily EP by EL TEN ELEVEN. In a rare break from a mad touring schedule, ETE pen expansive post rock tracks dedicated to three friends. Bandcamp New & Notable Feb 4, 2014. At the Edge by City of the Lost. featured on Bandcamp Weekly Nov 12, 2013. Heart Hunger by Meernaa. The Oakland band’s first full-length release is immersive. Bandcamp Album of the Day Jun 13, 2019.
Understanding the "illusion of truth" effect can help you avoid falling victim to this trick. Among psychologists something like this known as the "illusion of truth" effect. Here's how a typical experiment on the effect works: participants rate how true trivia items are, things like "A prune is a dried plum". Sometimes these items are true (like that one), but sometimes participants see a parallel version which isn't true (something like "A date is a dried plum"). After a break – of minutes or even weeks – the participants do the procedure again, but this time some of the items they rate are new, and some they saw before in the first phase.
Most events in the world follow a cause-and-effect sequence, but there are some incidents that defy this. Psychologically, they might seem impossible. But, coincidences are more common than we think. One of the controversies was the coincidence in which Liechtenstein realized that their flag was identical to that of Haiti-though Haiti only attended the opening ceremony that year. To distinguish their flag from Haiti’s, Liechtenstein added a crown to their flag the following year. 9. On the day of his assassination, Archduke Franz Ferdinand had narrowly missed a previous attempt which had injured his men.
Only the illusion of coincidence.
The term was coined by Arnold Zwicky, a linguist at Stanford University primarily interested in examples involving words, meanings, phrases, and grammatical constructions. However, use of the term is not restricted to linguistic phenomena: Zwicky has defined it simply as, "the belief that things you have noticed only recently are in fact recent".
There is no coincidence. Only the illusion of coincidence. The author didn't say that. There is a mistake in the text of this quote. The quote belongs to another author.