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Helmut Lasarcyk

"Few people are capable of expressing with equanimity opinions that differ from the prejudices of their social environment. Most people are even incapable of forming such opinions."
~ Albert Einstein

Fringe science references

Looking for tomorrow's ruling doctrine.
"Every revolution begins inside the head of one single person."



 Biological transmutations -
  low-energy transmutation of elements
  C. Louis Kervran  
 Fluidic vortexes and implosion technology Viktor Schauberger
 Gaia - earth as a living organism James Lovelock
 Biophotons - how cells communicate   Fritz Albert Popp
 Holographic information transfer
  Roland Plocher
 Water crystals - does music change the water?   Masaru Emoto
Neutrino interaction with living systems
 - potential vortex and scalar waves
  Konstantin Meyl
 Morphogenetic fields shape the organism
  Do animals have a sixth sense?
  Rupert Sheldrake

Inspirational reading:
Rupert Sheldrake: The Science Delusion. Freeing the Spirit of Enquiry  (US title: Science Set Free. 10 Paths to New Discovery) (2012)

Naomi Oreskes und Erik M. Conway: Merchants of Doubt: How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues from Tobacco Smoke to Global Warming. Bloomsbury Publishing 2010, 368 pages, ISBN: 978-1408824832

There is a new website dedicated to open questions and new ideas:
It calls itself "a portal for open-minded scientific investigations that go beyond the dogmas that dominate so much of science today".
See also the valuable site on Closeminded science - examining the negative aspects of the social dynamics of science. Another interesting one is the Boundaries of Science webring.

The website Skeptical About Skeptics is dedicated to countering dogmatic, ill-informed attacks leveled by self-styled skeptics on pioneering scientific research, researchers, and their subjects.

"The new always happens against the overwhelming odds of statistical laws and their probability, which for all practical, everyday purposes amounts to certainty; the new therefore always appears in the guise of a miracle." - Hannah Arendt

 "... coming to agree on scientific truth is an untidy business, quite different to the way it is usually represented in texts and popularisations" (page 171).
- Harry Collins, Trevor Pinch: The Golem. What You Should Know about Science. Second Edition 1998

"A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it."  - Max Planck: Wissenschaftliche Selbstbiographie. Leipzig 1948, page 22