And it's called the Moses Illusion.
An intellectual crisis in the age of TED talks and Freakonomics.
New data and statistical theory are overturning 30-year-old research that failed to find evidence of streaky shooting on the basketball court. The hot hand, it turns out, really does exist—and it may apply to a lot more than just sports.
In a city, serendipity isn't a given. Two ships may pass in the night and that's it.
We default to cause-and-effect thinking because we want to maintain control over our lives, but some things just don't have clear answers.