|1.||greatest outcome of multiples theory|
A strategy by which if you do something enough times, eventually one of those tries will be a good try, or provide a good outcome. In otherwords, anyone can come up with someone exceptional if they do it enough times.
It basically operates under the principle that doing anything requires zero to a very limited talent on the part of the individual as long as they do whatever their doing multiple times.
Taking 400 pictures of the same object will eventually yield a very professional and exceptional picture, regardless of how talented the individual taking the pictures is.
"Wow that's a great picture, must have been hard."
"No, I had a digital camera I took about 400 pictures, I figured one of them had to turn out good"
"Ah, operating under the 'greatest outcome of multiples theory'."