'Byron Bay Writer's Festival' in August 2016.
|The big black cat tattoo on my right shoulder|
So, ironically when there is 23 people in a room there is an even chance that they will share the same birthday.
The irony for me, apart from 23 being the number of the day I was born, is that you need 23
chromosomes from each parent to make an offspring.
"This first cell has 46 chromosomes, 23 from the mother and 23 from the father.
All the instructions for how the child will grow are in the genes on these chromosomes.
Each cell of the body will contain exact copies of the 23 pairs of chromosomes that were in the first cell that was formed by the egg and sperm."
|I don't think "luck" is such a big deal really;-)|
I guess what I'm trying to say here is that in life there is more than just luck in play and that if you were to play the "game of life" in a casino you would soon be complaining that this game appears to be rigged, because the outcomes keep defying the odds.