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“Lessons in Parsimony blog about articles archives media”
“Parsnip Parsimony is a "vegan baking and science blog".”
“You see, often the Principle of Parsimony is enough - William of Occam did have a point, after all.”
“On the present occasion, he was riding a strong brown beast, called Parsimony, that would climb over anything, and creep down the gable end of a house if he were required to do so.”
“Factual Causation, Parsimony, and the Lord of the Tests”
“Parsimony kills demand, prices fall, wages eventually drop as revenue crumbles, spending tightens again and prices drop further making debts still more burdensome.”
“Around them the clatter of the station crowd began to die, and Parsimony in a shabby uniform went round to lower lights.”
“Today, we have the nicotine patches of Palin's Parsimony, unseated Senators, an unseated Cabinet, a vacuous president with Senioritis, all driven into the veins at the speed of the InterTubes.”
“The predetermined conclusion and combining of separate incidents to support that conclusion violate the principles of the scientific method and the Law of Parsimony.”
“If competing theories remain between NIST and the Truthers, then an honest approach by both parties that adheres to the Law of Parsimony should be agreed upon for resolution.”
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