Category: Science without imagination
Epiphany! Science is just… story telling!
Scientists describing the process of having an epiphany (1). A long article just describing processes. Without a hint on why this is happening. This is what science is today. Shallow storytelling. Just describing what happens, rather than actually analyzing why it does. Saying a lot, but actually saying nothing. And there are people who are […]
Giant atoms. The same as small atoms…
Scientists have proposed a new theory that combines some of the most mysterious phenomena in the Universe – black holes, gravitational waves, and axions – to solve one of the most confounding problems in modern physics. And it’s got experts in the field very excited. The theory, which imagines a Universe filled with colossal ‘gravitational […]
Higgs boson, lack of imagination, modern science.
The Higgs boson — a particle thought to explain how other particles get their mass — is tiny, but it may not be the tiniest particle yet. Theories have long predicted the existence of even smaller particles that might make up the Higgs, and recent research suggests these pip-squeaks, dubbed techni-quarks, are likely lurking in […]
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