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an easy way out of trying to explain it = an good shortcut in trying to explain it?

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I always wondered the same thing myself, but the way Hawking explains it present a paradox and I hate paradoxes, like the one that says there are an infinate amount of alter-universes, anything that can happen will happen -maybe just not in 'this' universe. Personally I think its just an easy way out of trying to explain it, and then back it up with proof.
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an easy way out of trying to explain it = an good shortcut in trying to explain it?

No-- more like "a way to avoid trying to explain it."

"An easy way to try to explain it" would be "a good shortcut in trying to explain it."
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Hi,

an easy way out of trying to explain it = an good shortcut in trying to explain it?

Context:

I always wondered the same thing myself, but the way Hawking explains it present a paradox and I hate paradoxes, like the one that says there are an infinate amount of alter-universes, anything that can happen will happen -maybe just not in 'this' universe. Personally I think its just an easy way out of trying to explain it, and then back it up with proof.

Not exactly a short-cut. 'To take the easy way out of doing something' focuses more on trying to avoid doing something properly.

Best wishes, Clive
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When you take the easy way out, you exert the absolute minimum amount of effort to get the job done, showing your unwillingness to do the hard work that is required to do a really satisfactory job.

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