A number of scientists engage in some forms of questionable research practices. How does it affect the knowledge base we utilize in our modern world?
Scientists are forced to write profitable articles for top-tier journals, but real science is suffering. Nobel laureate Randy Schekman wants to put an end to this culture.
We thought that because black holes form from the deaths of supermassive stars, it would be made up of 100% normal matter and 0% dark matter. Research shows, however, that which we call black holes are actually pools of dark matter. How will this discovery change the story of the universe?
Scientific materialism continues to dominate the research community because the risk-averse culture of scientific communities penalize dissenters to the orthodoxy.
Most psychiatrists still adhere to a materialist conception of the human mind. But a unique opportunity exists: many are willing to listen to alternative explanations that are logically sound, and scientifically derived.
Our science may think that artificial consciousness is possible but our mathematics does not have the capacity to compute for the algorithm of self-organizing systems.