There is really no exact start, but rather, a lifetime of small coincidences that have led me to the world of geothermal energy.
Confounded investigators finally decided that the words had been the product of an incredible series of coincidences.
The past is too great, and has come down to us in too fragmentary a manner, for such coincidences to be probable.
Still clearer-cut coincidences of cleavage may be found.
The picture that is emerging, then, is of a strange set of coincidences.
It is also a journey that throws up some extraordinary coincidences which, occasionally, the author allows to carry him too far.
Thanks to orbital coincidences, this week's flybys will be exceptionally bright.
These cosmic coincidences were necessary to create a universe capable of sustaining life.
It connotes a blind search through data, an effort that tends to confuse real patterns with mere coincidences.
Data fusion is challenging because databases are riddled with errors and meaningless coincidences.
British Dictionary definitions for coincidences
a chance occurrence of events remarkable either for being simultaneous or for apparently being connected
the fact, condition, or state of coinciding
(modifier) (electronics) of or relating to a circuit that produces an output pulse only when both its input terminals receive pulses within a specified interval: coincidence gate Compare anticoincidence