Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

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This streaming video is a brilliant example of the topic that it addresses, discussing religion, the incorrectness of Occam’s Razor and the secret ninjas who destroyed the World Trade Towers using a controlled demolition on 11 September 2001. The argument? The most complicated, difficult explanation is usually the right one. Because God is infinite (and infinitely complicated) [4:16]


  1. #1 Frank the SciencePunk
    March 31, 2009

    Ha, excellent! This is better than Poe’s Law, this is Poe’s whole judiciary system, right up to the members-only golf club.

  2. #2 Russell
    March 31, 2009

    “Ask any Ron Paul supporter.” Hee, hee.

  3. #3 B.
    April 1, 2009

    Thinking that cavemen flew hijacked commercial airliners around the eastern seaboard unchecked and hitting %75 of their targets sounds like a crazy ass theory to me. In fact I was stationed in the Infantry unit that did the search and recovery effort in the pentagon post 9-11. I’m not a “no planer” as they are called, because I picked up the parts. However having served and lived in the DC area I know how secure the airspace was. The pentagon itself has anti-aircraft boxes from the cold war era. There is no way the plane could have gotten close considering the second plane had struck some 30 minutes before. Comparing clowns who beLIEve in zombie saviors, to people who don’t swallow everything they have been told about 9/11 is dishonest at best.

  4. #4 Ian
    April 2, 2009

    Where can you buy Occam’s razor? All I can find is Gillette and a few other well known brands. It makes me bristle, I can tell you….

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