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Observation. Is it a science?
Have you ever wondered whether our powers of observation are part of science, or are machines the only tools of science to be able to measure, record and receive what is actually going on?
Ridicule is a serious and endemic problem in modern science.
Play it again Sam
Reproducible science is regarded as the gold standard of reliability and high quality. This challenging article explores what reproducibility means and asks us to place science in a broader, universal context that has meaning to the whole.
Publish and perish
“Publish and perish” describes what is really happening in science. We have made it about results and money, not people and truth, and it is worth exploring how this impacts all of humanity.
Science and ‘plausibility’
When we consider that something is ‘plausible’, what does that mean?
What is psychological well-being?
Tanya Curtis presents information about the importance of looking at our psychological wellbeing and the effects that mental illness is having on today's society.
Evidence-based medicine – what is evidence anyway?
The modern trend of an increasing reliance on outside information, rather than learning to listen to the wisdom of our own bodies needs to be thoroughly questioned and explored.
God. It’s a Science.
Do you consider that God and Science are two separate things? Or are they one and the same?
The body IS intelligent
What if the mind is not that intelligent – what if it were only the receiver of energy, like a radio that picks up a signal, and it wasn’t actually capable of thinking?
Scientific shaky ground
Mainstream published science is experiencing a crisis in credibility with a large number of high profile cases of scientific fraud recently surfacing.
Evidence based medicine: what is the evidence?
Medicine today prides itself on being evidence based. What is the evidence for this form of evidence, and is there another form of evidence that we are ignoring?