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In an attempt to assess the likelihood of the occurrence of 'Chance Alignments', suitable skylines from random sites were assessed.

The results are considered to be of central importance to the current work as they give an indication of the likely frequency of chance alignments; and that based, apparently for the first time, on actual measurements in the field.

The relative frequency of indicated vs chance alignments can then be assessed in a meaningful way and hence a determination of the probable  significance of the indicated alignments found.