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Chance and the World by Gopal Srinivasan
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Chance and the World

by Gopal Srinivasan

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Being caught up in the monotony of the world and our day to day lives, we do not see the world of the unknown or the world of chance. Our experiences of the day to day world are subject to certain assumptions that we make about the many simultaneous events that co-exist. These can changed or can be controlled to make our lives better. In this book the author has presented chances that occur in our everyday world using examples from common place occurances. The author has also presented a systematic definition of chance in order for the reader to understand why chances exist everywhere. Finally, the author presents on understanding how chances exist in our direct perception of the world around us and how these chances can be controlled to yield benefit.
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