Intuition in the Scientific Method


This is a paper written by Ph.D. physicist Dr. Smith who worked on the Manhattan Project. He had a different perspective on the efficacious and ethical use of Intuition. I wrote the preface, history, glossary and added bios and pictures at the end. This booklet would be useful in history, science research methodology, or physics …

Re-Program; Can Your Reasonable Intention Change the Numbers?


The foundation theme for this blog is: "The balance between rational analysis and intuition create True Reason. One cannot exist or be fully accurate without the other."-Me We need to correct the current scientific bias that favors rational analysis over intuition which is why science is currently in a misogynistic black hole (no pun intended). …

Re-Program; The Erroneous Line Drawn Between Science and Spirituality


Remember this Philosophy Tree I posted a few posts ago? I love this thing. So let's go back to the axiom at the top upon which all institutions of higher learning, all over the world, base their system of learning and degree-granting powers; Philosophy.   All subjects are philosophical. One of the great tenets of philosophy, …

Re-Program; Humans Weren’t Designed to be Rational and We’re Better Thinkers for it.


Trust your instincts "Despite the growing reliance on “big data” to game out every decision, it’s clear to anyone with a glimmer of self-awareness that humans are incapable of constantly rational thought. We simply don’t have the time or capacity to calculate the statistical probabilities and potential risks that come with every choice. But even …

Re-Program; The Role of Intuition in the Scientific Method


I've published an interesting booklet that you can buy on my website by clicking on the far right tab. It's not very long and I've included a nice glossary of physics terms for the novice (like me). I read a lot of physics and love it but I am not a physicist. I wish I …

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