Tag: scientism

Is it possible that the universe began with no initial mass at all?

The materialist believes that everything which exist is particles, matter, atoms, electron, small billiard balls which interact with each other … and nothing else. They believe in a deterministic universe, where free will is a illusion, consciousness is only an epiphenomena of brain chemistry, nonlocality is a mathematical failure to explain physical reality because of …

Is Evolution a Scientific Theory?

What qualifies a theory as a scientific theory? According to the Encyclopedia of Scientific Principles, Laws, and Theories, a scientific theory, such as Albert Einstein’s theory of gravity, must Be observable Be reproducible by controlled experiments Make accurate predictions In that light, where does evolution stand? * Its operation cannot be observed. It cannot be …

The Completely Unexpected Reason People Call Others Conspiracy Theorists

A surprising tactic against the Electric Universe is the characterization of its proponents as “conspiracy theorists.” Let us lay aside for the moment the question of the prevalence of actual “conspiracies” throughout history and in the world today. Let us explore instead, why is this accusation made specifically against proponents of the Electric Universe? See …

Is Atheism a religious cult?

Whenever you confront a atheist with the undeniable facts of science and they got into a dead-end with their argumentation, they tell you the truth:”I just want to do what I want to do! Everybody should decide for themselves what is right and what is wrong!“. I have heard this phrase very often now and …

Scientism

Scientism is a belief in the universal applicability of the scientific method and approach, and the view that empirical science constitutes the most authoritative worldview or most valuable part of human learning to the exclusion of other viewpoints. The term frequently implies a critique of the more extreme expressions of logical positivism and has been …

Rupert Sheldrake’s Alternative Science

Richard Dawkins will barely give him the time of day and many other scientists hint darkly that he has gone mad. Since 1981, when a leader in the journal Nature accused him of “pseudoscience” and “finding a place for magic within scientific discussion”, Rupert Sheldrake has been outlawed by the science establishment. But, before he …