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Gaylord Perry, infamously hit a home run an hour after we put a man on the moon. Was this a coincidence?

  • Yes, I think so.

    Gaylord Perry's home run one hour after NASA putting a man on the moon was a coincidence. This event was a correlation but not causation. The two events were not directly related to each other; just coincidently occurred within a short time of each other. In short, there is not direct relationship between a man landing on the moon and a baseball player hitting a home run.

  • Yes, this was a coincidence.

    Gaylord Perry's home run one hour after NASA putting a man on the moon was a coincidence. This event was a correlation but not causation. The two events were not directly related to each other; just coincidentally occurred within a short time of each other. In short, there is not direct relationship between a man landing on the moon and a baseball player hitting a home run.

  • Yes, this was a coincidence.

    Gaylord Perry's home run one hour after NASA putting a man on the moon was a coincidence. This event was a correlation but not causation. The two events were not directly related to each other; just coincidently occurred within a short time of each other. In short, there is not direct relationship between a man landing on the moon and a baseball player hitting a home run.

  • No supporting evidence

    There is absolutely no relevance whatsoever that would support whether or not Gaylord Perry's famous home run would have any coincidental relationship, in regard to the time frame for which we placed a man on the moon. There is no supporting evidence which would conclude this time frame of event as related.


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