Concerns about long-term effects of the vaccines may sound reasonable, but they mistake science for observation.
Category Archives: Something Deeply Hidden
Galileos are rare. And we don’t need them
There is a common misconception about Science, with harmful effects.
The first and last time humanity is a global village
For the first time in history, all humankind is connected and able to communicate almost instantaneously. This is also the last time.
The most significant phenomena in nature
Humans and intelligence are unique phenomena in the Universe – not just poetically but in a very precise, scientific sense
The secret weapon in the Information War
The secret behind algorithms spreading fake news is a principle formulated by a Franciscan priest in the 1300s. The only way to fight back is rediscovering that same principle.
7 Science myths debunked
It’s fascinating to see how common and persistent some of these myths are. The scientific truth is often more complicated — but by no means less elegant.
Netflix show “Dark” unveils our free will illusion
The way “Dark” deals with time travel is complex but perfectly logical. The problem is our intuition and a persistent illusion