There's a term razor In philosophy, This is is a principle or rule of thumb that allows one to eliminate or effectively shave off... that which cant be adequately explained and only assumed at best.

Hitchens's razor:

What can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.

Hitchens's razor is an epistemological razor expressed by writer Christopher Hitchens. It says that the burden of proof regarding the truthfulness of a claim lies with the one who makes the claim; if this burden is not met, then the claim is unfounded, and its opponents need not argue further in order to dismiss it.

Ockhams razor:

simplified Occam's razor (or Ockham's razor) is a principle or tool of philosophy.

An example of occams razor follows like this., let us suppose an event has two possible explanations. The one that requires the fewest assumptions is usually correct.

Another way to see its use is that if a person has far more assumptions on how an event took place , the more unlikely an explanation is prefered, often the more likely one will include the least assumptions. Occam's razor applies especially in the philosophy of science, but also appears in everyday life.

Hanlon's razor:

Hanlon's razor is a principle or basic rule of thumb that states

"never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity".

although we seen a lot of people over the internet that are both delibreatly focised on malce and are down right stupid. and off the internet as well. so this one should  be practiced with caution maybe? 

it is however known in several other forms, this philosophical razor is one that suggests a way of eliminating unlikely explanations for human behaviour. where occams razor tries to eliminate unlikely information linked to an even but not excludsing human behaviour