Friday, May 6, 2011

Occam's Razor Won't Cut It

Here is a counterexample to Occam's razor, showing that the simplest explanation isn't always the correct one.

We begin with a review of the facts involving JP Morgan manipulation of silver on the COMEX. If you still don't believe in conspiracies pay attention to the part where whistelblower Andrew Maguire and his wife were the victims of a hit and run shortly after testifying to authorites.

Of course the perpetual non disbelievers clinging axiomatically to simplicity theory will blindly insert coincidence to explain the correlation. That is they will claim that there is no causal relationship between the two, simply because that is the simplest thing to do. The fallacy of the logic in this case needs no mention and we will make none.

We point out simply what Occam's razor really says which is that "the simplest explanation is most likely the correct one."

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