Does science by its very nature undermine its own search for answers and obsolesce itself?
By: GJYang
Scientific knowledge is the only saviour for our human and other living condition and survival on earth, and a scientific perspective to life gives the correct and true meaning to our existence in this world. The 'spirit' or 'soul' attached to the physical body is...
Belief in Ufos
By: John F Mann
Widespread belief in UFOs from other planets is one example of how the human mind uses mystery and faith to maintain a sense of power in the face of the otherwise overwhelming forces unleashed by the use of science to change human existence. Although belief...
Under the Oblivion of Unknown
By: Cristo
UNDER THE OBLIVION OF UNKNOWNUFO Unidentified Flying Object. The abbreviation brings a lot of strange images into our minds .Images that brings chill and suspicion to our heart, under the oblivion of which we starts pondering over the same old question ...Are we alone ?We...
Can we Separate Science from Ideology
By: V R Rutledge
When science was in its infancy, ideology was thousands of years old. Science was supposed to be the opposite of ideology, something to put the world in a 'rational perspective'. Scientists were supposed to be men of rational thought, who would measure the universe and...
Spider-Man's technology available for 2018
By: NoNameNOName
One Friday morning, Peter Parker and his biology classmates visited a research laboratory at a metropolitan university. Minutes after Peter stepped into the research laboratory, a genetically altered spider bit him. Within the following hours, Peter experienced changes in his body that gave him the...
Falsificationfalsifiabilitysciencescientific Method
By: Mary W. Matthews
Falsification is the action of disproving a proposition, hypothesis, or theorem. It is not falsification but FALSIFIABILITY that is one of the important principles undergirding scientific progress.Falsifiability — also called refutability and testability — is the logical possibility that a proposition, hypothesis, or theorem...
Fact
By: Morgan Johnson
Consider the following: I'm walking along by myself at night. Up ahead I see something floating in the air. It doesn't look like anything I have ever seen before; neither does it behave the way any aircraft should behave.Now I know military and civilian...
Does falsification provide the most accurate model of understanding for the progress of scientific knowledge?
By: Irrira Rikki
TO THE POINT OF CORRECTIONIt may seem a paradox, but despite the word falsification, it is through this, those who have a better knowledge of what the science is within this classification of the matter at hand is, will always verse their opinion. So, where...
Biography: Konrad Zuse
By: John Traveler
If you were to take a survey to determine who in vented the computer, Bill Gates would likely be the most popular answer, followed perhaps by Apple cofounders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Wrong. In fact, the computer is one invention that no particular human...
The Balzan Prize for humanities and natural sciences
By: W. Diane Van Zwol
Emmanuel Levinas (1906-1995): A Baltzan Prize WinnerIn the year, 1989, Emmanuel Levinas was awarded the coveted Baltzan Prize, by the International Balzan Prize Foundation.This remarkable philosopher was born in Kovno, in the Russian Empire (now Kaunas, Lithuania), on December 30, 1906. His original name...

 

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