It is only an immature psychological and cultural status which seeks certainty and completion in all things and in so doing, generates endless entropy and confusion. Science has no logical endpoint. Continue reading The Great Unknown
There is no “best” theory, there are only progressively “better” ones. Continue reading Visualising Reality
The great enigma of scientific and technological progress: for every great leap forwards there exists a concurrent potential for even greater (catastrophic) leaps backwards. Continue reading CRISPR Wars: The Inevitability of Technological Entropy ?
Does the social (and psychological) context of science and technology fundamentally inhibit the free exploration and development of new modes of thought ? Continue reading Conceptual Homeostasis
The unfolding patterns, exploratory revelations and emergent complexity of Artificial Intelligence may not ultimately reveal itself to be as useful to us as we (and all our aspirations) turn out to be to it. Continue reading An Autonomous Science ?
A (perceived) ethical void in the bare-metal mechanisms of pure mathematical and statistical Reason generates that ideological and cultural reflex we see all around us as intransigent denial of demonstrable and provable facts. Continue reading Science, Philosophy and Human Fallibility
What we require most critically is insight and effective methods for sharing valuable information with other minds. This is quite probably the most difficult communication task with which to successfully engage. Continue reading Improbable Insights