Agatha: A Study In Luck

Agatha: A Study In Luck

By Onion Plug LLC

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2017-09-13
  • Current Version: 1.04
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 20.40 MB
  • Developer: Onion Plug LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.

Description

The word “event” generally indicates something monumental, so for this reason Agatha looks at your day-to-day life as being an “event”. Data will generate from the choices you make, but as we all know some choices aren’t so black and white, and it’s in these choices of grey where Agatha sees the most consequence, that’s because we tend to lean on a fundamental routine or what some call superstition. One never knows exactly what triggers it, but one thing is for sure, it’s a product of a human brain that’s in search for patterns all the time. So call it routine or superstition, it’s nothing more than a psychological safety net in times of uncertainty. This is why Agatha will show you statistically if a routine being used does indeed reveal patterns of a good outcome. Be it a lucky shirt, a lucky bracelet, going to the same bar, even down to ordering the same food and drink. Whatever it may be that gives you the confidence a good result will occur, Agatha will now keep a tally for you represented in a ratio of Good to Bad. The filtration process for these day-to-day statistics will begin with the Subject Matter on a Daily Slip. If life really is defined by the conditions that it’s played in just as much as the players themselves, then this app will show you that a particular dress might be luckier when worn for math exams rather than biology exams, or that a certain pair of jeans are luckier to have on when watching your favorite baseball team rather than your favorite football team. This is why it’s important to log as much information as possible, because everything entered on a Daily Slip will get graded, recorded, and filed away. In doing so, Agatha has now given everything in your life value, and once something has a value it can now be measured, and the brain loves nothing more than measuring. From it, a calm settles in because there’s less uncertainty in the world, and recent scientific studies have shown that people who see themselves as unlucky tend to operate at high anxiety, which in turn breeds distraction. So remember, a person of good fortune is never a matter of that person being lucky, it’s only a matter of that person noticing when luck presents itself.

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