A RECIPE FOR JUMP-LIKE PROGRESS IN SCIENCE – ILLUSTRATED BY 6 EXAMPLES

Otto E. Rossler, Ivan Zelinka

Abstract


Does there exist a method to boost scientific and humanitarian progress? Six cases in point are offered. The featured protagonists are: Zwicky, Einstein, Conrad, Reichardt, Szilard and Everett. The six breakthroughs offered are: (1) stationary cosmology (combined with a promising terrestrial fusion technology); (2) global-cgeneral relativity; (3) well-stirred life; (4) Pandaka-pygmaea based brain science; (5) an interactively reared wiser biological intelligence; (6) an experiment proving personalized assignment of the physical world.

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European Scientific Journal (ESJ)

 

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ISSN: 1857 - 7431 (Online)

 

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