A fair practice of science
Science literally means "knowledge" or "all we know". However, some fields of science have become institutes of biased assumptions, where baseless approaches has been accepted and even invalidating facts are subordinate to theories. Such a practice is in conflict with any Code of Conduct on scientific research.
The devastating effect of the theory of evolution:
• Humans have been degraded to evolved animals;
• Artificial Intelligence has been degraded to simulation of behavior, by which innovation - an artificial implementation of natural intelligence - is blocked;
• Knowledge technology (semantics, meaning) has been degraded to linking of keywords, by which innovation - the artificial implementation of natural meaning - is blocked;
• The myth of the existence of extraterrestrial life is kept alive to support the theory of evolution: “If it can happen here, it can happen anywhere”;
• Also the fear of domination by extraterrestrial life, computers, robots or so-called “emergence of super-intelligence” is kept alive to support this invalid theory: microbes → vegetation → animals → humans → super-intelligent computers or aliens?;
• All sorts of excuses are invented to keep the theory of evolution alive: Dark Matter, Dark Energy, the strings of string theory, the Oort cloud and the Multiverse (multi-universe) are undetectable by definition. And what is not to be detected, can't be proven, neither disproven. That is not science, but deception. For example, the Dark Matter theory and Dark Energy theory conceal the galaxies rotate too slowly to be explained by the Big Bang theory. And the Oort cloud theory must conceal the fact that no new comets arise, while they live much shorter than the (fictional) billion years of the Big Bang theory.
Science is – or should be – about researching fundamentals, not about worshiping theories. 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, in order to support a fair practice of science.