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- proper noun A philosophical
razorwhich states that what cannot be settled by experiment is not worth debating.
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Named after Isaac Newton. Coined by Australian mathematician Mike Alder in a 2004 article of the same title, to be hyperbolically "much sharper and more dangerous than Occam's Razor".
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