Zhores Alferov (1930–): Belarusian, Soviet and Russian physicist and academic who contributed significantly to the creation of modern heterostructure physics and electronics. He is an inventor of the heterotransistor and the winner of 2000 Nobel Prize in Physics.[1][2] Jim Al-Khalili (1962–): Iraqi-born British theoretical physicist, author and science communicator. He is professor of Theoretical Physics […]

Most concepts in philosophy – like dualism, physicalism, panpsychism, functionalism, epiphenomenalism, theory of the mind, closing the explanatory gap and solving the hard problem – are mistakenly interpreted due to the fact that the foundations of these ideas are basically flawed. Even the Hard Problem is not actually so hard – if and only if […]

According to science, humans are made up of genes. Embedded on these genes are codes or instructions that have the capabilities to build the whole physical body. This set of instructions is the procedure programmed to create the necessary parts of the human body like the bones, muscles, organs, cells, and other elements for growth […]

When the Theory on Information Materialization was on its developmental stage, one of its basic research questions was – What if a prehistoric son of a caveman is placed immediately right after birth inside a “room”, a box with six walls as his only surroundings, forbidden to interact ever with the outside world, and never […]

The Phrenological Argument, also known as God’s Parapraxis, is a new intriguing philosophical argument that showcases God’s Mental State of Inadequacy in his creation of the Human Mind. It argues that if God has a perfect mind flawlessly capable of knowing things in advance, then he should have anticipated ahead of time the repercussion of […]

The Cosmogenical Argument, also referred to as the Genesis Fallacy, is an argument which attempts to disprove primarily God’s Seven Days of Creation. Joey Lawsin, who authored this proposition, argues that the divine creation of the universe was not in accordance or consistent with the principles of science and mathematics. The process of creation was […]

Does God exist? According to the Originemological Argument, God does not exist. The conclusion is based on three basic lawsinic principles: the Inlearning Konstant, the Codexation Dilemma, and the First Law of Originemology [Lawsin 1988]. The first principle states that information can only be acquired by man in two and only two ways: by choice […]