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Occam’s razor posits the problem-solving concept which states that “entities should not be multiplied without necessity,” or similarly “of two [or more] competing theories, the simpler explanation of an entity is to be preferred.” That is to say, the simplest explanation is usually the correct one. The polyonymous Newcomb-Benford Law (a.k.a. Benford’s Law, the Law of Anomalous Numbers, The First-Digit Phenomenon, etc.) …
Andrea, thanks for the follow up. Truly appreciate it!
Also glad you found the paper insightful
I hope you follow the rest of my series as what I aim to do is definitively prove that all of these propositions miss the mark.
I accidentally stumbled onto Medium.
I saw an article that intrigued me on another social media platform (which is rare these days). I read it and thought to myself, “damn that was an awesome article and is exactly what I been thinking too.” I liked the article so much that a couple of days later I went back and read it again.
On the second reading I noticed something I hadn’t the first time through. At the bottom there was a small note — and I’m paraphrasing here-that said this article was originally published in Medium.
Immediately I thought, “Wait…there’s…
There’s who I THINK I am. There’s who I WANT to be. And there’s who I ACTUALLY am. I’ll be damned if I can figure out which one is which.