Is it too simple to be true?

The theory of Occum’s Razor which dates back to the 1300’s is that “among competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumptions should be selected.” Obviously we cannot date this idea to a specific point in time, we can presume people understood this long before an English Franciscan friar put it into a form we […]

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Credit where credit is due

“There is no I in team”, “together we accomplish more”, do you have your favorite quote about working together? Look on the HR wall, you will probably see many more sayings which remind us success is the product of many hands (and failure is an orphan.) We just celebrated Thanksgiving, and hopefully we all took

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New Eyes

Marcel Proust is quoted as saying “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.”  Wow, just sit with that thought for a moment: we do not have to go anywhere to encounter a discovery worth noting, we do not have to spend money or hire an exotic

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