Imagine people in Europe during the time of the Bubonic plague.On one side, people with a strong rational fear of rats.On the other, a bunch of morons in red hats waiving around their pet rats and talking about freedom..
Trumps say many things out loud that I too have also thought. The thoughts that float into my awareness, are considered for a brief moment, and then discarded as illogical, irrational, inane, incorrect, crazy, senseless, absurd, sophistic, unreasonable, and unscientific..
Opinions and beliefs are for things we don’t know facts about. Bruce B., 2020
Sure, put on your rose colored glasses. Bury your head in the hot sand. Ignore your conscience screaming. Ignore the wars burning the world. Let us know how things turn out… for all of our children. Amen. Protiguous, 2020
What refutes science: Better science. What doesn’t refute science: Your feelings. Your religion. Your favorite politician. Your half-baked opinion after watching two YouTube videos.
“A lot of time mainstream science agrees with stuff ten years later.”[She was talking about “Alternative Medicines” and to avoid something scientifically-valid if you “follow the money!”.] No. No, we do not. We follow verifiable facts and conclusions from following the Scientific Method. If it is unverifiable, it is discarded. For everything verifiable, it is… Continue reading Science is not ‘defined’ by the money
I feel like I’m going to explode with anger. I am sick of people spreading false information. I am tired of people sticking their heads in the ground. I am sick and tired of people pushing their ignorance and hatred onto other people. Go away, you stupid f#cks. Protiguous, 2020
The Scientific Method is a powerful tool to aid in our understanding of the Universe and how it works. But.. Does it really have any limitations? If there currently is a limitation, then it is most likely from a lack (or misunderstanding) of knowledge gathered, the other tools used to gather information, a lack of… Continue reading Limitations of the Scientific Method?
This is some seriously cool technology! via Experimental demonstration of energy harvesting from the sky using the negative illumination effect of a semiconductor photodiode: Applied Physics Letters: Vol 114, No 16