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The scientific method is crap: Teman Cooke at TEDxLancaster - YouTube


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Science has being push out of our culture for too long, by the believe that is just too hard.  It is not so much that the scientific method might be wrong or that is not the best, since it serve as a base to teach children about science, in a very practical way.  It is our out dated curriculum and schools what stops new generation from pursuing a future in sciences. 
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Teman Cooke, Ph.D. rants about flaws of how the Scientific Model misrepresents scientific exploration. We can be too obsessed with finding or knowing the Right Answers and Right Conclusions, but the truth and understanding of things quite often comes from knowing what doesn't work or what is wrong!
christian riosberrios's comment, September 6, 2018 9:20 AM
The Reliability of these resource rank high. Since the source is provided, is from a TED x talk, these are normally very reliable.
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The emergence of "4D printing" | Skylar Tibbits - YouTube

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Excellent TedTalk on 4D printing and what we could be seeing in the near future.  A brief explanation of the technology behind 4D printing and how does it works.  It also points out the benefits of this new technology, and how could we benefit from it. 
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The scientific method is crap: Teman Cooke at TEDxLancaster - YouTube


Via Erica Simoson
christian riosberrioss insight:
Science has being push out of our culture for too long, by the believe that is just too hard.  It is not so much that the scientific method might be wrong or that is not the best, since it serve as a base to teach children about science, in a very practical way.  It is our out dated curriculum and schools what stops new generation from pursuing a future in sciences. 
Erica Simoson's curator insight, June 4, 2018 3:30 PM
Teman Cooke, Ph.D. rants about flaws of how the Scientific Model misrepresents scientific exploration. We can be too obsessed with finding or knowing the Right Answers and Right Conclusions, but the truth and understanding of things quite often comes from knowing what doesn't work or what is wrong!
christian riosberrios's comment, September 6, 2018 9:20 AM
The Reliability of these resource rank high. Since the source is provided, is from a TED x talk, these are normally very reliable.
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Fish-eye lens may entangle pairs of atoms

Fish-eye lens may entangle pairs of atoms | Christian Rios PHYS 199 | Scoop.it
Nearly 150 years ago, the physicist James Maxwell proposed that a circular lens that is thickest at its center, and that gradually thins out at its edges, should exhibit some fascinating optical behavior. Namely, when light is shone through such a lens, it should travel around in perfect circles, creating highly unusual, curved paths of light.
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Quantum is the future, and although is not yet fully understood, physics around the world are working to unravel its mysteries.  This article tells us abut new techniques currently use to entangle  atoms even at long distances, which is a fascinating topic.  
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