Objective Science

The Inexactitudes of Science (Part 1)

The question we discuss is: How useful is contemporary science as a source of knowledge? There are good reasons to be cautious about its various theories and proclamations. So many reasons, in fact, that this is a two part article. Let's begin with the problem of suggestibility. Suggestibility As normal human beings we are suggestible. Throughout our life we have received many suggestions that originated with...

The Lattice

A friend and teacher said to me once; “Ideas are the building blocks of concepts and theories. When they are stacked and tied to each other in a particular pattern, they form a lattice in the conceptual part of my mind.  But, as exciting as ideas may be to my mind, of themselves they are of no practical use unless put into action in some way. But it is at the point of initiating into the material level of reality...

Basic Concepts of Objective Science

When we learn contemporary science, we need to grasp some fundamental concepts. The same is true of objective science. Below we briefly describe and explain its basic concepts. Cosmos The first fundamental concept of objective science is the idea of a cosmos or cosmic unit. A cosmos is an ordered system. A cosmos is a living being. A galaxy is a cosmos, as is a star or a planet or a moon. So are human beings,...

What is Objective Science?

It is important to understand from the getgo that the basic tenets of objective science do not align with those of contemporary science. It needs to be accepted without compromise by those who wish to study and apply objective science. We are suggestible. It is a human failing. Consequently, we are inclined, by habit, to accept frequently repeated assertions from any source we regard as credible, including...

Objective Science 101

Before we discuss any aspect of objective science we need to acknowledge two features of our behavior. The first of these is that we are suggestible. If someone who we deem an authority in any given area of knowledge passes us information, we are in the habit of believing it to be true. We often do so without even pausing for thought. Secondly, because of our mechanical habits, we are likely to pass such...