“If you put any event under a microscope, you will find a whole dimension of completely weird, incredible things going on,” Morris says. “It’s as if the macro level of historical research where things sort of obey natural laws and usual things happen and unusual things don’t happen. And then there’s this other level where everything is really weird.”
“What it means is: If you have any fact which you think is really sinister, is really obviously a fact that can only point to some sinister underpinning, forget it man. Because you can never, on your own, think up all the non-sinister, perfectly valid explanations of that fact.
“A cautionary tale.”