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A fair practice of science

For many centuries, facts were leading in science. However, since 160 years, in more and more fields, fiction is mixed into science. Moreover, the so-called "scientists" publicly declared facts to be subordinate to theories, by which these so-called "scientists" are free to invent theories continuously, without ever checking their theories on facts, and without ever proving their theories in practice. In this way, science became a religion itself, competing with other religions. However, science and religions can't be mixed, because:

Science is about observed phenomena, while religion is about unobserved phenomena.


Science is – or should be – about researching fundamentals, not about worshiping theories. And theories should be subordinate to facts. I therefore invite anyone with an LinkedIn-account and an open mind, who is striving for – or longing to – a fair practice of – and objective view on – science, to join my LinkedIn group Fair Science networking group on LinkedIn to support a fair practice of science, and/or my Fair Science • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and knowledge technology (NLP).


Most of the claimed phenomena of the theory of evolution – and its derivative theories – are not observed. Examples:
String theory, the assumed strings aren't observed;
Dark energy theory, the assumed dark energy isn't observed;
Dark matter theory, the assumed dark matter isn't observed;
Multiverse theory, the assumed “other universes” aren't observed;
Black hole theory, the assumed black holes themselves can't be observed by definition. The origin of the observed phenomena – surrounding the assumed location of black holes – can only be assumed;
Oort cloud theory, the assumed Oort cloud isn't located, and therefore isn’t observed;
Extraterrestrial life theory, the assumed extraterrestrial life isn't located, and therefore isn’t observed;
Inflation theory, the assumed inflaton particles aren't observed;
Transition of Kinds theory, none of the assumed transitions of kinds (like: rock minerals → microbes → vegetation → animals → humans) is ever observed.

As a consequence of not being observed, these claimed phenomena are not applicable to daily life. Also the phenomena that are claimed to be observed – like the Higgs boson and gravitational waves – are not applicable to daily life.

Conclusion: None of the claimed phenomena of the theory of evolution – and its derivative theories – is applicable to daily life.

Or the other way around: None of the applications to daily life is exclusive to the theory of evolution or its derivative theories.

Not being observable, nor testable, nor repeatable, nor falsifiable, nor applicable to daily life, the theory of evolution and its derivative theories are not scientific. They are part of a religion.

Science is about observed phenomena, while religion is about unobserved phenomena.

As long as we – humans – are unable to create life from dead material, the origin of life can only be believed. And as long as we – humans – are unable to create another universe from scratch, the origin of the universe can only be believed. Science is not based on beliefs. Therefore, the origin of life and the universe themselves are not part of science.


Evolution: The Evidence (You Usually Don’t Get To See)

Together it’s a thourough examination of all the evidence for evolution. You may need to rethink everything you have learned about it. Watch these videos on YouTube and decide for yourself if evolutionary theory is a good theory:
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 1: Operational vs. Historical Science
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 2: Living Fossils
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 3: Alternative To Evolution?
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 4: The Evolutionary Timeline
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 5: Artist Impressions
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 6: Lucy
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 7: Neanderthals
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 8: Whale Evolution
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 9: Cladogram
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 10: Bird Evolution
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 11: Junk DNA
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 12: The Fish That Walked
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 13: Embryos, Predictions and Experiments
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 14: Dating A Fossil
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 15: A (Pre)Cambrian Rabbit
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 16: The first cell
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 17: A Pretty Ugly Prediction
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 18: Bad Design
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 19: Micro RNA
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 20: Cambrian Explosion
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 21: Information
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 22: My New Car
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 23: Inventions And Natural Selection
Evolution: The Evidence - Episode 24: Summary And Conclusion

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God has created laws of nature to make his creation run like clockwork. It includes: laws of intelligence embedded in grammar. Thinknowlogy implements these natural laws of intelligence in software.