How many people read their horoscope?
And If I do read my horoscope I read both Scorpio and Saggitarius. Since I was born in the beginning of December. My mother says that my Scorpio side shows when I get temper or impatient. Same with my boyfriend who was born at the very end of January. He matches up to Aquarius and Piceses..possible?
Answer by Shorty
every now and then I read them…
Answer by Karma, karma, karma.
If you want to, you can. I mean what’s the harm in reading both of them? Am I right? x)
I sometimes read mine, but it’s never accurate for some reason.. I’m suppose to find love, I’m going through a wealthy period.. Hehe- not true. Oh well, it’s all fun for me anyways. Other people can’t predict my future without knowing me and my life.
Answer by Владимир смерть
i read mine all the time just for the fun of it
Answer by KEY
i do sometimes for entertainment purposes
Answer by kilroymaster
Listen there is no way the rising or the setting of some planet can not determine the fate of a human being… And all of those people that believe it that bull-do-do are in for a very rude wake up call… And I know that your cousin friend uncle nephew aunt friend grandson say this happen to them so that means astrology works.. And yet there has never been one proven case in the history of astrology… And if you know of a proven case please tell me all about how your friends uncle aunts nephew cousin friend great grandmother had this happen to them……………………….
Is there a chemical/physical/scientific explanation for how horoscopes work?
Is there a chemical/physical explanation for how the stars affect a person’s personality? E.g. someone once told me that she thought horoscopes could be scientifically explained like this: if you are born at a certain time of the year, the position of stars/planets etc. affects the Earth’s atmosphere etc. and therefore the altered pressure, air composition, gravitational pull etc. all meant that your body (and therefore your mind and your personality) were chemically and physically altered – thus providing a ‘scientific’ explanation of astrology. What do you think?
Answer by Michael
There is an explanation, but it isn’t the gravitational effects of distant planets and stars on the Earth’s atmosphere. It’s called confirmation bias. According to Wikipedia confirmation bias is, “a tendency to search for or interpret new information in a way that confirms one’s preconceptions and to avoid information and interpretations which contradict prior beliefs.” Essentially, since you and your friend believe horoscopes work, you go and look for information that justifies that belief. Unfortunately, there is no scientific evidence verifying the validity of horoscopes. Science deals with reality, not our wishes, dreams, or beliefs concerning reality.
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