Darwinists Now say “Parsimony Smarsimony.”
|September 4, 2007||Posted by Barry Arrington under Intelligent Design|
“In science, parsimony is preference for the least complex explanation for an observation. This is generally regarded as good when judging hypotheses.Ã‚Â Occam’s razor also states the ‘principle of parsimony.'”Ã‚Â See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parsimony
In the post below (“Multiverse of the Gaps”), I point to a recent paper in which a Darwinist attempts to get around the extremely small probability (less than 1 in 10 raised to the negative 1,018)Ã‚Â of life emerging by chance by invoking an infinite “multiverse.”
Ã‚Â The question for the class today is which is the most parsimonious hypothesis:Ã‚Â One designer or infinite universes?