“It appears from exploring the history of Science that the deepest insights elucidate the “real simplicity“ that underlies the “apparent complexity“ of a set of observations. The larger the set of observations that can be explained simply – and therefore the more succinct the level of comprehension – the more certain one feels that some fundamental “ground truth” has been unearthed.”

from – Musical beauty and information compression: Complex to the ear but simple to the mind?  Nicholas J Hudson

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