Beto Hoisel: the scientific mystic - Category: Post-quantum science    
 Ethics of the post-quantum view
13 Oct 2009 @ 20:17
Whoever is acquainted with the present state of affairs knows that the present paradigm, the one that still prevails in the scientific world – the one that excludes the spiritual face of reality –, is under siege by many laboratorial experiments and scientists’ papers and consciousnesses. The so-called hard-nose scientists are the supporting group of this conservative “right wing” - those who adhere to a naïve materialist conception of reality -, which attained its highlight in the 19 and first two thirds of the 20th century.  More >

18 Sep 2008 @ 14:11
In September, 21th, 1908, exactly one century ago, science entered a kind of railroad switch that has taken its development to the point we are now. Today we see how different everything could be if the option were another, in that crucial point of the scientific evolution.  More >

21 Dec 2006 @ 10:21
What happened to old objective reality, the stronghold we all used to trust? It's dramatic! Many ingenious scientists continue to investigate its disappearance.  More >

19 Dec 2006 @ 18:37
Rutherford has shown that atoms were not tiny pellets but an immense void modestly occupied by a lonesome nucleus one hundred times smaller, surrounded by still more minute electrons madly circling in relatively distant orbits. Latter, more sophisticated repetitions of the two slit experiment made light brake the barrier of logic, revealing its twofold and contradictory nature of a wave which is also a projectile.  More >

19 Dec 2006 @ 18:00
It's necessary to admit that the contents and concepts of contemporary science, in their essence, are still Greek, and the general approaches that outline its investigation fields are based on non-scientific metaphysical assumptions.  More >

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