Posts Tagged ‘open science’


“Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it. “ (Habkkuk 2:2 Holy Bible KJV)

Astrophysics and particle science today is largely created by theorists who mathematically create their visions for models, theories, and hypothesizes and expect experimenters to confirm that their equations and formulates are correct. However in the end; the correct observational conclusion is the main ultimate decisive factor determining if the vision is correct, because if the conclusions made are wrong then the theory is also wrong.

What are the observations telling us, and are the parameters used for making the conclusions correct?  Fundamental concepts for the real nature of energy, the misunderstanding of gravity, the complexity of light, and miscalculation of what is time, has caused misunderstanding and led scientific conclusions astray that leads into a scientific field that can be categorized as no-way science.

What is the direction the Universe is going into?  Is the vision of an expanding cloud that is speeding away at a faster rate at the edges that even tugs at light to stretch it as portrayed by present conclusions or is it really something else that is based on a sure foundation supported by known laws of physics? Read the rest of this entry »


Theoretical physics with observational abnormalities, list of unsolved mysteries, physical paradoxes, or no-way physics type explanations are areas where one could apply scientific methodologies using the science method and scientifically falsify and/or make a scientific discovery.

The first step would be to ask the questions such as, where are the admitted problems that need solving, or what are the abnormalities known, or what needs more clarification, and spend a lot of time researching those areas.  Gather up related data to increase your knowledge and provide that opportunity for an eureka moment or a systematic solution. Read the rest of this entry »

Opening Open Access Science with Twitter Tweets

People are twittering to make general announcements to the public – leaving links to web pages, PDF, and blogs.  The latest discoveries, latest reports and best web pages are twittered for others to find out about.

Use the hash key (#) to search what others are leaving for links.  For example some of my favourities: #astronomy, #astrophysics, #redshift, #gammarays, #scientificrevolution, #sciencemethod, #openaccess, #openscience.

You can choose to follow users which will automatically send to your account all their tweets.  News sources, magazines, web sites, bloggers, and other users you follow allows you to keep on top of the latest news, research resources, interesting facts they know about, their research, or topics they develop.

Scientist will/can start using twitter more as a means to communicate to more people at once and open up their discoveries for others to know about.  Public and professional collaboration in Twitter will create open access science with feedback blogging that will promote public participation in developing and spreading scientific knowledge, information and create new discussions and ideas.

Always use the share buttons to spread the blogs and news items you found interesting to create open access science. 

Participate with your comments to take part and to develop open science.

Spread the scientific revolution by your participation.


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