scienceMuch more than 13,000 people from about 70 nations – which includes policymakers, administrators, practitioners, and researchers from government, business, and academia – will gather Jan. I have just moved to London and I was so fortunate to meet the gorgeous Molly from Emmabwpr last week we had a beautiful breakfast and talked science and skincare all morning- absolutely perfect 🙂 Molly was so kind and gave me some amazing cosmeceutical products to attempt.

Then scientific progress has already stopped and will not re-begin (unless there can again be not just a handful of but a sufficiency of actual geniuses in science) – and modern society will in due course collapse due to the usually-operative ‘Malthusian’ mechanism that the weight of population will develop to be in excess of economic (especially food) production.

My (very simple, to be amplified throughout this book) summary understanding of the rise of actual science was that it came from Pagan Greece (epitomized by Aristotle), then by means of the early Christian theologians – epitomized by the Western Medieval scholastic philosophers (pioneered by Peter Abelard).

Since the later 19th century, science has, with each and every generation, broken-up into smaller and smaller sized specializations, and turn out to be a lot more and much more profession focused. At some point over the previous numerous decades, science stopped getting real and evolved into its current state of becoming merely a study-based variant of generic bureaucracy.

According to the analysts of classical science, science was supposed to be uniquely self-correcting – in practice, now, thanks in part to micro-specialization, it is not self-correcting at all – except at the trivial and misleadingly reassuring level of micro-defined technical glitches and slip-ups.