It’s common to hear people refer to “what science says.” But the term ‘science’ has two conflicting senses: science as currently-accepted theory and science as method. In fact, in pursuing the questions raised by currently-accepted theory, method is likely to overturn currently-accepted theory.
As Thunderbolts contributor Mel Acheson explains in his latest epistemological adventure, from the perspective of currently-accepted theory, the Electric Universe Theory is next to impossible. But as method, it says the Electric Universe Theory is a viable and valuable insight that presents the opportunity of enlarging the insights of other disciplines.
• “What Science Says” by Mel Acheson | TPOD
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