Hey guys! I'm doing a project on the subject that the truth resist simplicity. I love this topic but I'm having a hard time figuring out how I want to talk about it and what information to use. So I was wondering if you guys could help me out. What does the truth resist simplicity mean to you? Are there any examples (other than those given by John and Hank) that you can think of? I would love if I could get some feedback on this because I'm kind of stuck. Thanks and DFTBA!!! =)
I think it was Einstein who said something like "As simple as needed to explain it, but no simpler" which was sort of a paraphrase of the principle of parsimony. Which is also known as the KISS principle.
When I think of your concept I think of fractals.