William of Ockham was a theologian in the 14th century and most of you will likely be familiar with Occam’s razor, but for those of you that are not, it can be surmised as follows: Given conflicting theories, the one with the fewest assumptions, is more likely to be correct. It’s so named because it cuts away that which is unnecessary. ‘The Razor’ by Richard and Jordan tells Ockham’s tale in the most stunningly beautiful way.
‘The Razor’ by Richard Worth and Jordan Collver –
If you’d like to find out more about Richard Worth you can check out his Twitter page and his other article on the same subject The Sceptic’s Bargain: Fortean Thinking on the Razor’s Edge.
If you’d like to find out more about Jordan Collver you can check out his Twitter page and his website.