General Science and Philosophy


TOMORROW’S SCIENCE TODAY – Proposed Future Discoveries in Science, and How Everyone will see Everything Differently

Authors: Rodney Bartlett

A broad outline of future discoveries concerning the workings of Nature, and of science's reconciliation with religion. "If a complete unified theory was discovered, it would only be a matter of time before it was digested and simplified ... and taught in schools, at least in outline. We should then all be able to have some understanding of the laws that govern the universe and are responsible for our existence." ("A Brief History of Time" by Stephen Hawking, Introduction by Carl Sagan) I saw a video ("Hidden Dimensions: Exploring Hyperspace") in which it was stated that mathematicians are free to imagine anything while physicists work in a very different environment constrained by experiment, and that the American physicist Richard Feynman (1918-1988) said scientists work in a straitjacket. Well, Albert Einstein (1879-1955) said "Imagination is more important than knowledge" so let's see what happens when we throw away everyday tradition and conformity, let our imaginations fly (while trying to stay grounded in science and technology), and thus release science from its straitjacket!

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[v1] 2012-01-27 07:01:20

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