...not beyond a handful of well-known phrases anyway. But hey, I think it sounds more cool in Latin.
Don't fall for false parsimony. . . "Simplifying" your reality with an infinite number of universes, with 6 extra dimensions, 23 extra cosmological constants, or 10^69 unknown serendipitous events is not really simplicity. You've made Occam slit himself with the razor in your quest to make the world safe for materialism (and/or safe from mysticism). It's not simplicity; it's not elegance.
... and avoid false dichotomy. It's not simply a choice between neo-Darwinian selectionism and Biblical literalism. It's not simply a choice between undirected evolution and "anti-science." It's not simply a choice between scientific progress and a lack of commitment to methodological naturalism. And it doesn't come down to one single definition of information.