Roger Penrose, University of Oxford, confronts us with the question of to what extent our theories of cosmology are testable.
From Galileo to Kepler, Newton to Einstein, the most successful natural scientists in history have all tended to buck the established wisdom of their day as they boldly led us towards profoundly deeper levels of understanding about the world around us.
How does science work? Well, that’s easy, right? We start off by collecting information about the world around us and
What is the best violin money can buy? You hardly have to be a professional violinist for the answer Stradivarius
When is it time to discard a scientific theory? Well, when it no longer works properly, of course. After all,
Princeton University historian of science Michael Gordin on falsification and science vs. pseudoscience.