Superultramodern Scientism (SSism)

Written by Dr Kedar Joshi, PBSSI

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3. The principle of universal doubt -

It isrepparttar principle that 'anything may be possible' for what is believed to be 100 % certain atrepparttar 127610 moment may be because ofrepparttar 127611 limited intellectual capacities ofrepparttar 127612 believer. This suggests that no part / kind of science (including pure mathematics) is to be seen as absolutely certain. Thusrepparttar 127613 idea of science reduces torepparttar 127614 idea of systematic body of knowledge where each group or proposition has its own probability attached to it.

Superultramodern Science (SS) =

1. Superultramodern Scientism ( SSism )

2. The NSTP ( Non - Spatial Thinking Process ) Theory

3. Conmathematics ( Conceptual Mathematics )

4. The FR ( Flawed Reason ) Theory

5. The FMUP ( Flawed Modern / Ultramodern Physics ) Theory

The word philosophy, as it is distinguished from science, is misleading, as it means what philosophy contains is impossible to be a systematic body of knowledge and what science contains is certain or proved.

Dr Kedar Joshi, BSc MA DSc DA, PBSSI

Cambridge, UK

Father of Superultramodern Science (SS)


Written by Terry Dashner

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When there were a dozen other serious diseases whose microbes had not yet been found, why did Pasteur risk his life to experiment withrepparttar deadly hydrophobia?

The answer may be from his childhood. ‘I have always been haunted,’ he said, ‘byrepparttar 127609 cries ofrepparttar 127610 victims of a mad wolf that came downrepparttar 127611 street of our town when I was a little boy.’

Interesting. Sometimes fear paralyzes us into useless inaction. But there are other times when fear can goad us into worthwhile action. Pasteur channeled his fear from childhood into a positive force that saved lives. Fear can be all consuming and destructive, but wise isrepparttar 127612 person who will conquer fear by directing it in a constructive way. Foolish isrepparttar 127613 person who allows his fear to immobilize him. Channel fear forward. Don’t internalize it. It can motivate you or stifle you. It’s always your choice.

Terry Dashner tdash0355atnetzerodotcom

Pastors a small church in Broken Arrow, OK.

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