Scientific Superstitions

Scientific Superstitions

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by Julian Chitta
     
 

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SCIENTIFIC SUPERSTITIONS is a booklet that proposes to debunk some of the most common fallacies subscribed to by Hollywood and the media "experts". It dwells into quantum mechanics
parallel universes, time elements, and also into some geodesic elements.

It revisits the Darwinian human evolution theory, touching base on the subject of the missing

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SCIENTIFIC SUPERSTITIONS is a booklet that proposes to debunk some of the most common fallacies subscribed to by Hollywood and the media "experts". It dwells into quantum mechanics
parallel universes, time elements, and also into some geodesic elements.

It revisits the Darwinian human evolution theory, touching base on the subject of the missing evolutionary link that some believe to be our common ancestor, a aquatic ape. It stops to examine educational fallacies, and economic theories which the author lumps together as scientific superstitions.

The argumentation selected to debunk several modern fallacies are reminiscent of earlier, but much simpler times, when all scientists admitted their shortcomings when were unable to explain something, without lunching vitriolic attacks against their colleagues who showed signs of original
thinking.

What this book excels in, is the analysis of the scientific research methodology, explaining many complex terms, thus easy to understand for a logical reader..

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148165262
Publisher:
Julian Chitta
Publication date:
01/14/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
170 KB

Meet the Author

The author is a retired electrical engineer and a former US Merchant Marine Officer, a captain, who likes to research subjects largely ignored by others.This present booklet represents various conclusions the author obtained while discussing scientific evidence on highly specialized subjects, with researchers, statisticians, meteorologists, geophysicist, medical doctors and educators..

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Scientific Superstitions 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book can fascinate any person interested in technology and science. It uncovers most of the aspects that govern the politics of scientific research, showing the reasons why our academia prostitutes on the altar of money coming from corporate sponsors. Cuddos to the author who had the guts to remove the veil of secrecy from this hidden area of human endeavors, risking to be labeled "politically incorrect". I don't think that this author should apologize for that, Definitely a 5-star book.