Category Archives: Philosophy of Science

We Do Not Observe a Hypothesis or Not All Laws Are Reality

We do not observe a hypothesis, we observe phenomena and we try to interpret and explain the phenomena by using a hypothesis. That means that good science understands that a hypothesis could be a mistaken belief that incorrectly interprets the … Continue reading

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The New Alchemists

There are some who claim they can read tea leaves. You can’t of course, not unless you have the proper training and years of experience; at least that’s the story. But though that detritus at the bottom of cup means … Continue reading

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The Non-expanding Universe

The cosmologists tell us the universe is expanding. However, if the universe had been expanding for 12+ billion years then we would see certain easily noticeable evidence. The expanding universe theory predicts that as space expands the matter within the … Continue reading

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Ignoring Your Own Scientific Method

An article I recently ran across on a new particle smashing experiment contained the following: Research scientists announced on Monday they had identified the missing piece of a major puzzle involving the make-up of the universe…According to physicists at Gran … Continue reading

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Kepler Destroys the Universe

It is almost impossible for us today to appreciate the profound effect of Kepler’s theory of planetary motion (published in 1609). It was always an unquestioned assumption that everything in the heavens was pristine and perfect and that meant that … Continue reading

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