SCIENTIFIC METHOD When we set out to really understand the world, we must bring keen observation to bear upon the facts and reluctance to assume a hypothesis is correct until proven repeatedly through experiment. We must also abandon all our preconceptions, eliminate unrelated, stray variables and prepare to face the truth. 1, […]Read more "Scientific Method"
PREMISES, PREMISES Most everything (science assumes) repeats and that’s what makes it verifiable, but there have been a few astounding feats which, though unique, are undeniable, for instance life and its evolution or even the Big Bang, best we can tell – these lack a statistical solution, yet science seems to accommodate well. […]Read more "PREMISES, PREMISES"
RESEARCH GUIDELINES Throughout investigative history, a basic principle has long held sway: When we unravel Nature’s mystery, complexity’s the first to fall away. Upon one underpinning postulate, succinctly balanced, we’ve come to expect all facts that we’ve observed should always fit, with math that’s both appealing and correct. Proposing supposed significance, unless our models […]Read more "RESEARCH GUIDELINES"
🤕 & 💘 🗣🎼🎤🎹 HEAD AND HEART The conscious mind’s had no real rationale to explain unreasoned romantic acts; endocrinology, however, shall provide new answers, based on sounder facts. This system, ruled by lobes within the brain, initiates emotions chemic’ly; adrenals startle, endorphins numb pain and hormones stimulate systemic’ly. This balance of drugs, dispensed with the aid of […]Read more "Head And Heart"
It offers progress, but not salvation.Read more "No Religion"
SCIENTIFIC TESTAMENT A scientist trusts in what has been proved through repeated experimentation. Assertions of faith will leave him unmoved until they have achieved validation. Religious beliefs often leave him cold and skeptical of professed prophecies based mostly on hearsay and tales twice-told, not carefully tested hypotheses. This doesn’t make him an atheist, though. […]Read more "Scientific Testament"
SALT ON A BIRD’S TAIL “He went to catch a dicky bird, And thought he could not fail, Because he had a little salt, To put upon its tail.” — Simple Simon The Scientific Method doubts itself and runs experiments designed to fail — run once, or twice or all the way to twelfth, […]Read more "Salt On A Bird’s Tail"