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How Occam's Razor Works

Occam's Razor: The simplest explanation is usually the correct one.

Occam's Razor - A term I will try to drop into casual conversation.  ;)

Occam's Razor - It's worth noting that both creationism and conspiracy theories not only lack simplicity, but usually are impossibly complicated and require a massive rejection of the evidence.

Occam's razor

Occam's razor

Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity. (Page of quotes here called Occam's Razor Quotes)

Occam Razor quotes - It is vain to do with more what can be done with fewer. Read more quotes and sayings about Occam Razor.

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In science there’s this theory called Occam’s razor. The basic principle is that if you hear hoof beats, assume it’s a horse not a zebra.

“If you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras.”  This is the same philosophy. There are zebra's but usually not....unless you are in Africa!

Applies to basically everything for which you have more than one theory. Its a good way to cut down on the BS people try to sell you.

It is a tax!

Which also makes Obamacare unconstitutional.because all tax bills must be started in the House. Obamacare came from the Senate, so it needs repealed.

Two variations on Occam's Razor. The first line, the law of parsimony, has already been inked onto my right shoulder. It translates to "A plurality should not be posited without necessity." The second line, the law of economies, will eventually go on my left shoulder. It translates to "Never do with more what can be done with less." Taken together they are a reminder to look for the simplest solution first. :)

Two variations on Occam's Razor. The first line, the law of parsimony, has already been inked onto my right shoulder. It translates to "A plurality should not be posited without necessity." The second line, the law of economies, will eventually go on my left shoulder. It translates to "Never do with more what can be done with less." Taken together they are a reminder to look for the simplest solution first. :)

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