Galileo Galilei – A great example of narrow-mindedness stifling genius

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) was an Italian astronomer, physicist, and mathematician widely considered to be one of the most important figures in the history of science. Galileo is known for his many contributions to the fields of observational astronomy and the scientific method, as well as his support for the Copernican heliocentric model of the solar… Read More Galileo Galilei – A great example of narrow-mindedness stifling genius

Rewind | Three articles about scientism ā€“ Earthpages.org šŸŒŽ

Hi everyone, we’re undergoing significant noise pollution near our home and just getting through the days has become a challenge. I just took my noise-reduction earbuds out and phones off as there is a momentary lull in the activity. Checking my notifications, I saw that this 2021 article about scientism has done reasonably well. Reading… Read More Rewind | Three articles about scientism ā€“ Earthpages.org šŸŒŽ

Interference ā€“ From physical to political

Hard and soft science Do you remember back in high school when your physics teacher told you that he or she taught a “hard” science?Ā¹ In case you are unfamiliar with the terms “hard” and “soft” science, I’ll repeat this little Wikipedia snippet: Hard scienceĀ andĀ soft scienceĀ areĀ colloquialĀ terms used to compareĀ scientific fieldsĀ on the basis of perceivedĀ methodological rigor,… Read More Interference ā€“ From physical to political

COVID-19 and scientism – Catholic Standard – Multimedia Catholic News | Opinion

Hey guys, I had a busy weekend so sort of whipped this article off and posted it without too many images. Today I remedied that. Life is so much more ‘readable’ with images, is it not? I hope you enjoy this update. The text of this article remains the same. šŸ™‚ Itā€™s not that science… Read More COVID-19 and scientism – Catholic Standard – Multimedia Catholic News | Opinion

From 2001 to 2021 – Space goes from fiction to fact but science itself is still open to debate

The first part of my title here is pretty clear. The film 2001‘s lunar landing, before the astronauts head out to Jupiter, is fiction in 1968, the date when the classic sci-fi epic was released. Today, we’ve been to the moon and sent probes to many planets. But why do I say science itself is… Read More From 2001 to 2021 – Space goes from fiction to fact but science itself is still open to debate

Democrats ‘trust the science,’ but only when it advances their agenda | Opinion

In making the veracity of research dependent on fleeting political movements, it may be those on the left killing scienceā€™s reputation. Source: Democrats ‘trust the science,’ but only when it advances their agenda Opinion: A long time ago I suggested science is a human endeavor and, as such, influenced by various human factors. My critique… Read More Democrats ‘trust the science,’ but only when it advances their agenda | Opinion