I have not read all the Posts to this Thread & apologize if any remarks similar to mine have already been Posted. The link from Magic Realist Post #1 got me to “Page not found” BTW: Anecdotes are not evidence. There is no evidence supporting precognition, which belongs in the category of ESP along with telepathy, psychokinesis, & Uri Geller stage performances. From Nicolas1M7 Post # 25 An extraordinary claim lacking any supporting evidence. Such claims require extraordinary evidence to be worthy of consideration. BTW: Since the development of Quantum Theory circa 1910-1925, the belief in deterministic laws of physics have been discarded & replaced by the notion that the classical world of our senses is supported by probabilistic laws. A claim for precognition is a claim that there are folks who can predict the results of dice throws under typical Vegas Casino conditions. Before some silly Posts are made, I acknowledge that there are some events we can predict with a high degree of accuracy. Example: A 20 story fall head first onto a concrete pavement will be lethal. Jokers say “It is not the fall that kills; It is the sudden stop.” From Magic Realist Post # 27 Do you really consider these sources credible? I do not & I question the rationality of those who do accept such sources as worthy of consideration. From Magic Realist Post #40 There are over 100 million adults in the USA who are active for circa 14 to 16 hours per day. If there were not a lot of seemingly surprising coincidences, it would be evidence that there was some bizarre phenomenon or active conspiracy artificially keeping the number of coincidences lower than one would expect.