By: Franco Barnowski
Science has a prominent place in our society, based upon its historical contribution to the technological and epistemological developments especially of the last 500 years or so, but actually going back even further. It has been incredibly successful in enabling us to control nature and...
By: Vadim Osadchi
To first timers, science festivals can be loads of fun, for both enthusiasts and the plain curious alike. Festival veterans probably already know that though such an event may call for etiquette, it doesn't necessarily mean everyone acts like robots running on chivalry programming.Typical...
By: Scott Little
You either know one, or perhaps for the very reason you are reading this article, you are one. What I am referring to is "Nerd", a person of high intelligence normally employed in the fields of science or engineering. The typical stereotype of horn-rimmed glasses...
Falsification Provide Accurate Model Understanding Progress Scientific
By: Gary C. Gibson
The topic of the essay has three fundamentally different questions instead of one to be answered perhaps with a 'model' or not.1) Does falsification provide an accurate (most or any) 'model' for science?2) Does an accurate model 'advance' science 'knowledge' to a particular...
By: Betsy Young
It started with a model kit I saw while shopping. I started to move on but that smell of model glue and a whiff of paint stopped me dead in my tracks. I scanned the boxes and there it was. A spitfire, RS-T 29 Stanford...
By: Laura Tamayo
TranshumanismSuper people are the stuff fantasy and Sci Fi are made of, but there are in fact scientists out there working on turning fiction to fact. They work toward eliminating weaknesses, illness, deficiencies, and even death through technological innovation. We're talking technology beyond pills, and...
The History of The Royal Society of London For the Improvement of Natural Knowledge
By: Jacqueline Jones
Robert Hooke is one of the least known inventors, architects and natural philosophers of all time, yet he worked out the correct theory of combustion (Hooke's Law) which is still used today, invented the balance wheel in watches and the iris diaphragm in cameras.He...
By: Nicolae Mazilu
Physical AstrologyThe necessity of raising the awareness that a human enterprise is actually a chapter of Science has never been more stringent than it is now for Astrology. With Astrology rests the future of Science and, we might say, the future of our species on...
Do we have to think scientifically to find the truth?
By: Rex Trulove
Scientific thinking means different things to different people, but most often is thought of as empirical thought. "Truth", too, is not a solid tangible thing. Empirical methods are not suited to finding the truth, and more than any other method. They are simply a better...
By: Stanley Roberts
In finding the truth does a person have to follow the guidelines of the scientific process? Well, the answer is no. The scientific process is set up to provide an accurate way to prove a hypothesis. Does this mean that every answer gained through the...

 

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