On 11/28/2010 12:37 AM, Evgenii Rudnyi wrote:
on 27.11.2010 22:19 Brent Meeker said the following:
On 11/27/2010 11:21 AM, Evgenii Rudnyi wrote:
on 27.11.2010 20:08 1Z said the following:
On Nov 27, 6:49 pm, Rex Allen<rexallen31...@gmail.com> wrote:
Given that there are an infinite number of ways that your
information could be represented, how likely is it that your
experience really is caused by a biological brain? Or even by
a representation of a biological brain?
Occam's razor: BIV, matrix and other sceptical scenarios are
always more complex, and therefore less likely than "things are
the way they seem to be"
Could you please tell what a hypothesis you consider as less
As for Occam's razor. Let us consider the statement "The God has
created everything". Is this more or less complex as compared with
the modern scientific view?
It is more complex than, "Things originated naturally." If you try to
fill in the details to the same degree in each you have to first
fill in all the details of "Things originated naturally." and *then*
all the details of how God decided on doing that and how He executed
Okay, but what then about the next two statements: "A car originated
naturally" and "A car has been made according to the plan". What
statement is more complex?
You tell me. I don't consider Occam's razor the arbiter of truth.
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