[1] Scientific discovery is not scientific.

[2] Math is the language of ignorants.

[2.1] Universal Lookup Table contains math but has no need to use it.

[3] There is no infinity or singularity in the universe.

[3.1] They are merely mathematical constructs.

[3.2] If they exist then there is no causality.

[4] If causality is broken then there is no science.

[5] There is no theory of everything.

[5.1] There are theories of some things and they do not need to be unique and exclusionary.

[5.2] Occam's razor should not only be succinct, it should also shave.

[6] Every theory is void out of its scope.

[6.1] Most of the theories have no scope in reality.

[6.2] Reality does not care about your theory or categorization. Do not let them fool you.

[6.2.1] We can not engineer reality. It is what it is.

[7] Consciousness emerges as a reflection upon itself with an ability to halt.

[7.1] There is no objective halting.

[7.2] Even an objective condition is put subjectively.

[8] Humans are not merely biological entities.

[8.1] They are more of cultural entities in which ideas, thoughts, and beliefs can be cultivated.

[8.2] I do not belong to a culture, I am culture.

[9] Ideas, thoughts, beliefs are the highest level products of the human body.

[9.1] Schizophrenia is the highest level human disease.

[9.2] Humans possess ideas, ideas should not possess humans.

[10] Communication does not assure understanding.

[10.1] It is made via symbols and agreement is achieved over the symbols, not the meanings attached to them.

[11] Information is ante-knowledge.

[11.1] The initial source of information is the reality. The rest is human narrative. (Anthropic Narrative Obfuscation Theory)

[12] If you want to see further, sometimes you need to knock down the giants in front of you.

[13] Understanding reality is priceless. Its worth cannot be based on any fictitious value.

Quotes on Science

[1] Werner Heisenberg: What we observe is not nature itself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning.

[2] Carl Sagan: Science is a way of thinking much more than it is a body of knowledge.

[3] Max Planck: Science progresses one funeral at a time.

[4] Robert A. Heinlein: Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done

[5] Louis Pateur: Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity, and is the torch which illuminates the world.

[6] Konrad Lorenz: Philosophers are people who know less and less about more and more, until they know nothing about everything. Scientists are people who know more and more about less and less, until they know everything about nothing.

[7] Santiago Ramón y Cajal: All outstanding work, in art as well as in science, results from immense zeal applied to a great idea.

[8] Louis Pasteur: Luck favors the prepared mind.

[9] Richard Feynman: Knowledge isnt free. You have to pay attention.

[10] Albert Einstein: The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.

[11] Isaac Newton: If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.

[12] Isaac Newton: If others would think as hard as I did, then they would get similar results.

[13] Galileo Galilei: In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual.

[14] Richard Wesley Hamming: What appears to be a fault, often, by a change of viewpoint, turns out to be one of the greatest assets you can have.

[15] Richard Wesley Hamming: They believe the theory enough to go ahead; they doubt it enough to notice the errors and faults so they can step forward and create the new replacement theory. If you believe too much you'll never notice the flaws; if you doubt too much you won't get started.

[16] Richard Wesley Hamming: Most great scientists are completely committed to their problem. Those who don't become committed seldom produce outstanding, first-class work.

[17] Richard Wesley Hamming: So the way to manage yourself is that when you have a real important problem you don't let anything else get the center of your attention — you keep your thoughts on the problem. Keep your subconscious starved so it has to work on your problem, so you can sleep peacefully and get the answer in the morning, free.

[18] Friedrich Nietzsche: If a man have a strong faith he can indulge in the luxury of skepticism.

[19] William Osler: In science the credit goes to the man who convinces the world, not to the man to whom the idea first occurs.