The law of averages is a layman's term for a belief that the statistical distribution of outcomes among members of a small sample must reflect the distribution of outcomes across the population as a whole. As invoked in everyday life, the "law" usually reflects wishful thinking or a poor understanding of statistics rather than any mathematical principle. While there is a real theorem that a random variable will reflect its underlying probability over a very large sample, the law of averages typically assumes that unnatural short-term "balance" must occur.[1] Typical applications of the law also generally assume no bias in the underlying probability distribution, which is frequently at odds with the empirical evidence.

As I witness the death of innocence... A predator feeding on its creation. Through the fallout of this hallucination, I walked into darkness. I must not surrender my god to anyone, or this body will become carrion. One step closer to my fate. One step closer to my grave.

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450As I witness the death of innocence... A predator feeding on its creation.Through the fallout of this hallucination, I walked into darkness.

I must not surrender my god to anyone, or this body will become carrion.

One step closer to my fate. One step closer to my grave.