Occam’s Razor

I have gotten a couple of emails saying that I am misrepresenting Occam’s Razor in a previous post. I said that it means: “If it’s the simplest explanation, then it’s true.” They tell me that it’s more complicated than that, that it only means that it’s more likely to be true, etc. But listen here: if you apply Occam’s Razor to Occam’s Razor what do you get? Exactly. You get my definition, and I’ve proven it with the science of Tautology.


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