The date of 11:11:11Is it  lucky? (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show).

Physicist Eric Carlson has made a special study of numerology. He thinks that one of the reasons people might think so repetition, and says, "Our brains are just pattern matching machines, so we tend to notice patterns like that. If you happen to glance at the clock and it’s 11:11, you will remember that–these patterns stick in our minds. But I don’t think there is any mystical significance to it.

"What one person calls a lucky number might be an unlucky number for someone else. Take the number 13–some people say it’s an unlucky number because 13 was the number of people present at the Last Supper before Jesus’ death. On the other hand, if you get a baker’s dozen (13) you consider it a good deal.

"We live in a society that is dominated by numbers, and this digital age gives us PINS, phone numbers, passwords and other numbers to remember, which may make us more interested in numbers as a society."

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