General Science and Philosophy


A Few Thoughts on the Modus Operandi of Astronomers and Physicists

Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski

This paper is to explain that astronomers and physicists do not need to deceive with intention (lie), to perpetuate a deception regarding information they teach their students. The case stands, deception can be taught as factual information and be protected by the peer review system as if it were true. This means the scientific method and peer review system over the short term of a few decades has shown to be enormously fallible. As well, academics M.O. or Modus Operandi is not suited for detecting deception or seeing the big picture. A working paradigm where the deception is the paradigm can even occur, which poisons all research. Explanation is provided.

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[v1] 2019-03-24 14:28:49
[v2] 2019-06-01 17:01:51

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