Originally Posted by EvilSteve
Occams razor says the simplest explanation is more likely to be true. God is not just complex, but infinitely complex. So god is not just unlikely as an explanation but infinitely unlikely. That proves thre is no god.
This isn't quite right, Occam's razor tells us that the explination that forces us to account for the least number of unknowns is most likely to be true.
What you've described here is the coloquial understanding, but its misleading. If something is complex, but we can account for everything about it, it would satisfy occam's razor better then a less complex answer in which we have to make more assumptions.