:D Ooooh! I bet you got a bit of a kick out of saying that. And, yes, I decided a bit of sarcasm was needed there, even though sarcasm is something I always avoid.Quote
Daniel wrote as someone with a scientific background, and you didn't get it.
I thought that by now, after, what, 13 years of my posting here, !! you might have got the message that I decide for myself, without pior reference to you, what, where, and how I write.
Wel, you would say that, wouldn't you?!!Quote
If you had been sitting beneath an apple tree, and an apple had fallen on your head, you would have said "coincidence," and that would have been the end of it. Just a coincidence--mental fantasy.
I call that dismissive debunking.
The rest of your post I have read and see no need at all to respond to it. The underlying theme would appear, as always, to be that you do not like the idea that there is zero evidence for any outside, invisible, undetectable, immeasurable entity/etc - or whatever description you are using at the moment to justify your own God/epistemology/belief/etc.
Definition of synchronicity:
the simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection.
How do you wriggle out of that one?