The Global Scientific Method

Molwick
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Perception, intuition, and logic are the three weapons used by man in order to strengthen his control over nature. Philosophy of science defines the concept and sources of scientific knowledge, and uses three main methods based on these instruments: hypothesis testing, inductive and deductive reasoning.

Chapter II discusses the characteristics of the scientific method, criticizing some parts of its terminology as well as proposing a simple classification of its types, stages and steps.

In addition, two new scientific methods and a brief section about the sociology of science, regarding the acceptance of scientific theories, are also included.

A new methodology for analyzing complex systems is presented in chapter III.

Chapter IV focuses on revising the most relevant historical errors that the scientific method has made and continues making, since it uses a philosophy of science adapted to sociological needs; i.e., on evolution and physics.

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José Tiberius is the author of all the Molwick publisher books. With over 40 million visitors and two million books in PDF format, he is surely one of the most widely read authors in Spanish of scientific essays in the current millennium.

There are more than 20000 quotes to Jose's scientific and literary works, where his 15 books on theoretical physics, theory of evolution, quantitative genetics, cognitive theory, the philosophy of science, metaphysics and children's stories have been translated into English, French, Italian and Portuguese. Many of these quotes - to all these different fields - come from universities, projects done by university students and blogs created by teaching professionals and educational specialists.

When a witch proposes theories that involve a paradigm shift, she should be judged neither by the Inquisition nor by her specific academic education, no matter How Big it might be, but for the logical consistency and empirical testing of the new ideas. Otherwise, we will be lead into the classic ad wominen, hominen or whominen fallacy.

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Molwick
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Published on
Oct 1, 2016
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Pages
88
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ISBN
9788415328018
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English
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Philosophy / Epistemology
Reference / Research
Science / General
Science / Philosophy & Social Aspects
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Statistical research on evolutionary psychology using optimization models and the laws of Mendel, with Wechsler and Stanford-Binet IQ test variables of families, including parents’, their children’s, and twins’ computer generated artificial intelligence quotients.

The purpose of this quantitative research on cognitive psychology is to validate the model regarding the hereditary nature of relational intelligence, which has been developed to prove the General Theory of Conditional Evolution of Life (GTCEL) through the detection of the existence of the genetic information verification method.

We performed a sensitivity analysis of the goodness of statistical adjustment for changes in the parameters of evolution of intelligence from one generation to the next.

The results of the study have been completely satisfactory:
• It shows the hereditary nature of IQ measurements
• It seems that the main functions – or those with faster evolution – of human intelligence are quite concentrated in a single chromosome, possibly the sexual chromosome.
• The significant chromosome is the one with lowest power, in line with GTCEL previsions.

These facts would imply the existence of a teleological or finalist evolution and, consequently, that theories of random mutations and natural selection would no longer represent the main components of evolution.

The EDI Study has validated an additional hypothesis of the GTCEL on sexual differentiation, reinforcing the model's overall coherence.

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