On the afternoon of Super Bowl Sunday we were travelling to a party across the Golden Gate Bridge. It just so happens that the ship the Queen Mary II was going under the bridge just as the game was about to start. It created a gigantic traffic jam on the bridge and all around it. What are the chances that the largest ship to ever enter San Francisco Bay would be going under the bridge just as the biggest game of the year was about to start? You couldn’t plan it that way. Under the Laws of Convergence, it turns out these types of events happen all the time. To understand them is to better appreciate them.
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