What is a reliable scientific experiment?
Now that the atheists have taken over science and have de-valued and discouraged experimentation I’ll try to re-value experimentation and encourage experimentation again like how it use to be prior to atheists taking over science in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Why have atheists done this? It’s because experimentation gives us data that reflects reality, and often reality behaves very differently from how scientists want to think it does. Modern day atheist scientists want to find data that matches into their incredulity and mathematical models, not data that necessarily reflects how reality works.
Remember, experimental data is used to verify the accuracy of mathematical models, not the other way around like many modern day scientists think.
So I’ve come up with the basic properties of a highly reliable scientific experiment.
If we had more experiments that adhere to these properties science and technology would be much much much further ahead.
Unfortunately in modern times many things published in peer-reviewed journals and all over the media do not adhere to these properties or even attempt to adhere to any valid methodology. Why does this occur? It’s because now that atheists have taken over they have de-valued empirical observations and valid reasoning and instead only value authority and incredulity.
So now anyone with authority can publish any nonsense they want. Authority figures are no longer forced to come up with valid reasons and empirical observations to support their assertions like in the past.
The beautiful thing about the scientific method and empirical testing is that it has no bias, and takes no sides. Proper experimentation simply reveals to us what reality is like.
Throughout history in science you’ve never needed a mathematical model to perform an experiment. Mathematical models were invented to model experimental results and/or experimental data was used to verify the accuracy of mathematical models. It’s only now that the atheists have taken over that they’re trying to get rid of experimentation and require mathematical models to perform an experiment, thereby tremendously slowing down the growth of science and technology.
If you have lots of reliable objective experiments then eventually basically any mathematician or group of mathematicians will be able to figure out a mathematical model.
Atheists have always been out to set back science and threaten scientific progress. I don’t even know why they participate in science.
Reality behaves the way it does regardless of what people want to believe, and repeatable objective experiments give us data that reflects reality.
Now there are a few ways that atheists and others can attempt to deny the results of a repeatable objective experiment:
- Just ignore the experiment and discuss authority and incredulity alone
- Claim that mathematical models are required to perform an experiment (an argument from personal incredulity)
- Fundamentally modify the procedures of an experiment to gain desired results
Those are really the only 3 possible ways that someone can attempt to deny the results of a repeatable objective experiment.
People have just to realize that as long as atheists exist with their anti-science ways that scientific progress will always be hindered. No other group is as anti-science as the atheists.
The same progress that would take atheists thousands of years would only take Theists 20-30 years. They just can’t do anything right.