Occam’s Razor Does Not Work

The Famous principle has one glaring problem

Illustration by me

Occam’s Razor is one of the most well-known concepts around the world. It is generally described as the idea that the simplest solution will be the best. Or, that the hypotheses with the fewest premises is the most preferable. In essence, it is the notion that simpler = better.

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Studying psychedelia at Existentialhorror.com /// Blockchain Ethicist (kaijoelmorris.com)

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Studying psychedelia at Existentialhorror.com /// Blockchain Ethicist (kaijoelmorris.com)

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