WizNYC, A.K.A. “The Wizard of New York City,” talks with B.A.M. for a Brief yet Exclusive Interview and Ultimately Answers the Question: “Are Coincidences really Coincidences?”

B.A.M.

Hello WizNYC. Thanks for joining us.

WizNYC

My pleasure.

B.A.M.

We wanted to talk with you today, with the hope that maybe you could give your input into the question “Are coincidences really a coincident?”

WizNYC

Great question. My response is twofold. First answer is “No.” Second answer “Yes.” The first answer was “No” because I do not believe there is such a thing as “A coincidence that is not a a coincidence.” But by the same token, I also answered “Yes.” This is due to the fact that some people do believe in “coincidences not being coincidences.” This means that if you meet someone like that, they might think meeting you is not a coincidence. And because they believe that meeting you is not a coincidence, from their point of view, it might as well be true because they believe it. Even more so if 50 people then showed up all believing coincidences are not coincidences. That makes the dominate point of view be different than yours. Hence, for as long as you are in the room with those 51 people, their outlook wins.

B.A.M.

Thanks for clearing that up, WizNYC.