Occam's Razor (philosophy)

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Occam's Razor is the idea that there is a fundamental force in the universe, a "supreme being," if you will, who monitors the cutting edge of human thought to "trim down" every single theory or idea that is put forth to to the simplest possible solution. This "supreme being" also controls the thoughts of people to keep them operating within the parameters of the simplest possible solution and occasionally...

Damn.

Some philosophers believe the earth is flat as it is constructed around a giant Occam's Razor. According to them, the fact that this razor is well modeled by a rectangular prism means that calculating the volume of the earth is much easier than it would be if the earth were round (as the latter would require some formula with pi and crap like that). These philosophers take great pride in being able to brag about how clever they think other people should think they are.

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Occam's Razor did not emerge until the mid-13th century because of a conspiracy involving the remnants of the Roman Senate, the Umayyid Caliphate of the Middle East, and collapsing Tang dynasty of China to prevent the heirs of Charlemagne from overturning the Republic of Venice because Venice was the home of the heirs of Jesus Christ. The heirs were hidden from the Romans and secreted to Venice because up until the Jewish Diaspora of A.D. 70 Jerusalem was in danger of falling to a conspiracy originating in Greece involving...

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Occam's Razor emerged in the mid-13th century because that was when William of Ockham, the idea's originator, was alive. It emerged in England because of the efforts of extraterrestrials from the newly discovered star of Beta Stulta. They had engaged in the manipulation of fetuses throughout the world in the Middle Ages to ensure that William of Ockham was born in England. This was so that the above-mentioned extraterrestrials wouldn't lose a bet with their arch-rivals, the Cultists of Oscar Wilde, whose far-reaching influence led to the...

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Occam's Razor emerged in the mid-13th century because that was when William of Ockham, the idea's originator, was alive. It emerged in England, Ockham's country of origin. Its survival to present times we owe to the devotion of a particular order of Benedectine Monks whose church, the Santa Maria della Tenda Intenstine Disorda was a secret home to the copying of banned manuscripts, such as the Necronomicon Part II: The Vengeance and Steven King's It. The head of the Monks, Father Brother Uncle Grandfather Nephew, had read Ockham's lesser works and was impressed by his enormous...

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Occam's Razor emerged in the mid-13th century because that was when William of Ockham, the idea's originator, was alive. It emerged in England, Ockham's country of origin. It survived to present times. In the dying days of World War II, there is recently unearthed evidence that Hitler had his brightest scientists in the SS working on a more powerful version of Occam's Razor in order to shave his double-horned hairy balls....

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