In the modern tech age, we live in a spectrum, and we’re constantly grappling with that spectrum of ideas that runs from completely crazy at one end, to completely proven in the middle, to completely possible at the other end.

Many coincidences affect us deeply enough that we actually flirt with the notion of a connection we can’t prove. At the same time, the longer we stay in this flirtation without any proof, the greater the possibility that people will see us lurking in the crazy zone.

Classifying these unique events as coincidence keeps us safely suspended, uncommitted, and un-embarassed – somewhere between completely crazy and completely possible.

In this video, presenter Frederick Tamagi discusses our tendencies to dismiss synergies that occur in our lives.