Originally posted by purplemer
reply to post by Nevertheless
Science did not began when philosophy changed from reason to fact. You can say what you wish it does not make it true..
But it did. Scientific results are only interesting if they are repeatable. Regardless of whether any reasoning around it may be true or false, the
results stay the same.
Don't confuse "facts" with what is true or false, but what is observed in the set circumstances.
As I said Science is not based on fact. It is based on the principles of falsification. That is the disproving of theories in order to further
knowledge. Is science is based of the falsification of theories. Please tell me where the facts are.?
It's the part in bold that is incorrect. A valid scientific theory has to be "falsifiable" for the simple fact that you cannot disprove that there is
a pink elephant-ghost living under your left thumbnail.
And that's the reason why perfectly valid theories are later dismissed. It does not make the previous results less of a fact due to the theories
Yes science does give a rats backside about the principles of subject / object. All science is based on this principle.
No. As I said above, science does not care about pink elephant-ghosts, as they are not valid theories and therefore not within the realm of
However the principles of science are fast breaking down in the world of quantum physics.
......I'm sorry.. but.. quantum physics IS science.....?
No "principles of science" are breaking down.
That is why we are seeing an emergence of neosciences.
These neosciences are emerging because people who have no clue see an opportunity to make things up, because the research in quantum mechanics is
quite baffling even for the scientists themselves.
Non-scientists take the opportunity to start talking about pink ghost-elephants because there's not a good (or well-known rather) theory in place to
dismiss the nonsense straight out.
However these will never be fully understood until we develop a new framework for science.
What? Why? What is missing?
These new sciences are showing us the limitations of our scientific methodology.
No, these new "sciences" are taking us back to philosophy and religion.
In regards to wanting a published paper on the Scientists investigate water memory I suggest the Aerospace Institute of the University of Stuttgart in
Germany and request a copy. I am sure they would be happy to assist.
Normally, it's quite a breeze to find the paper(s). In the worst case, one can only find a reference, which then needs extra work to get it.
In this case, I can't find such a thing. Seems like nonsense might be based on a nonsense-video in this case?
I would appreciate it if you could help finding it.
Also, "Aerospace institute" of the University of Stuttgart does not seem to exist?
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