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Conception of Physical Meaning

Robert A. Kerr
Year: 2008 Pages: 4
The most significant problem with physical science is the substitution of empirical methods for conceivable reality. Without conception science is blind and it is impossible to surmount the obstacles encountered in its pursuit. Many of the fundamentals are reduced to equations which arrive at the correct answers and dispel the requirements to visualize why the answers are valid. Ignoring basic precepts allows unlimited speculation. Conception is the criterion for reality. It is mandatory that how and why things happen must form the foundation of science.