This is calledthe philosophy of .

This view squares well with scientific practice, where scientistsoften talk about models as if they were objects, as well as withphilosophical views that see the manipulation of models as anessential part of the process of scientific investigation (Morgan1999). It is natural to assume that one can manipulate something onlyif it exists. Furthermore, models often have more properties than weexplicitly attribute to them when we construct them, which is why theyare interesting vehicles of research. A view that regards models asobjects can easily explain this without further ado: when we introducea model we use an identifying description, but the object itself isnot exhaustively characterized by this description. Research thensimply amounts to finding out more about the object thusidentified.

Solving the Social, Economic and Political Problems of this World

2./ The Social, Economic and Political Problems of the World, And the Coming One World Order
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Solving the Environmental and Ecological Problems of this World

Yes, the world needs more scientists. But even more, it needs skilledheretics who dare to tread the unconventional path. It needs people whocan go against the flow, march backwards in the parade (listening to thatother drummer?), people who can be openminded where all others are closed, andwho can withstand rejection by all of their colleagues. The world needsmaverick researchers who can teach themselves to the unusualthings; the important and revealing things which are invisible to everyoneelse.

Science Falsely So Called - Jesus is Savior

We face today an unprecedented set of problems relating to The Environment, The Coming One World Order and the ongoing process of Spiritual Decline. We stand at the Abyss, at the steadily approaching threshold of unimaginable chaos, calamity, death and destruction. But there exists a lasting solution to these issues facing humankind. It derives from the notion of the power of ideas and an idea so powerful that it’s effect upon the World will be most profound.

Fischer (1879–1962)Science, in the very act of solving problems, creates more of them.
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The Bible Is a Textbook of Science

4. Excess rationality poisons creativity
I perceive many researchers' striving for skeptical rationalityand "right answers" as having damaged their creative ability and theircapacity to brainstorm. If this were not the case, then most scientistswould be just like Richard Feynman, and RF's accomplishments would becommon. Creativity comes from our "darker" side, from our crazyirrational subconscious regions. Any overwhelming pursuit of intellect,reason, and skepticism can be poison to creative discovery. If we becomecertain about what is impossible and what is not, we'll guarantee ourblindness to any phenomena which are "too wonderful to be true." Historyshows that solid knowledge of the limits of possibility were often wrong.

the so-called scientific method

You really shouldn't be here. The "stuff" you're made of is matter, which has a counterpart called antimatter differing only in electrical charge. , both disappear in a flash of energy. Our best theories suggest that the big bang created equal amounts of the two, meaning all matter should have since encountered its antimatter counterpart, scuppering them both and leaving the universe awash with only energy. Clearly nature has a subtle bias for matter otherwise you wouldn't exist. Researchers are sifting data from experiments like the Large Hadron Collider trying to understand why, with supersymmetry and neutrinos the two leading contenders.

the so-called "standard model" of particle physics

The Ptolemic system began the 1st paradigm orframework for our understanding of Nature Unfortunately, the Ptolemy framework was extremely complicated inorder to explain retrograde motion.The solution to retrograde motion was to use a system of circles oncircles to explain the orbits of the planets called epicycles anddeferents.