Knowing the odds can be both helpful and terrifying, like when you want to know which horse to bet on, or how likely you are to die in a horse trampling in the next 15 seconds. Hooking you up with ridiculously specific odds for everyday life, Book of Odds. A brand new but years-in-the-making reference repository, Odds is an encyclopedia-like database of hyperspecific and often strange probabilities, covering everything from suffocating in a cave in Oklahoma, to having a bad dream come true, determined by calculating info about you/anyone else using a proprietary algorithm built from an ever-expanding set of data collected by university researchers, who refuse to calculate the chances of them not being tremendous nerds. To get odds, search for just about anything you can think of, or hit "Show My Odds" to access thousands of cataloged chances in various categories, i.e., Daily Life & Activities, Accidents & Death, and Relationships & Society, then filter down your specs (age, race, income, education level, etc) for an accurate breakdown of personalized probability, though the likelihood of you being distracted by buses that bang in the next 5 minutes is 100%. If you're baffled by the numbers, Odds'll pull up a list of scenarios you might already understand that share a certain thing's probability (i.e., the chance a never-married adult has a vision problem is the same as them owning both a handgun and rifle); they've also got a whole bunch of articles using odds to break down curious ponderings, like the likelihood of being killed by a shark or vending machine, but seriously, it'd better be the shark. If you're particularly startled/impressed by any odds you've found, you can have them made into a custom t-shirt, which you'd wear a lot more, if there weren't a hoof-sized hole on the back.