The Importance Of Horoscopes

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The universe is said to have consist with patterns, that since we were born, humans’ complex brains are taught and trained habitually to rapidly observe and perceive to match patterns and arrangements with the information given, whether they really exist or not. In fact, a large number of tasks that our brain processes daily is seeking patterns. There are no limits when we seek for patterns, even when there are no signs presented. This is for the human brains to learn, to observe, to measure, to record different events, systems or phenomena. Take the example of astrology or horoscopes. Horoscopes were invented during the ancient Greek times. It is the study of how the positions of the stars and movements of the planets have a supposed influence on events and on the lives and behavior of people.…show more content…
Therefore, we can define that pattern seeking is the human tendency to perceive meaningful patterns within random also non-random data. I will be discussing the topic “Humans are pattern-seeking animals and we are adept at finding patterns whether they exist or not” in two areas of knowledge. The areas of knowledge that are considered are mathematics, which is argued to be more reliable and useful because it uses reasoning and intuitions. Human sciences can be less beneficial towards this topic because it relies on memory and imagination. In this essay, we will see that pattern seeking can be different in different fields of knowledge. I will be discussing the knowledge questions of whether our tendency to see patterns more of an advantage or disadvantage in some AOK than others? If we are, how is this helpful or

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