Evidence shows that banning scientific words does not stop them from being used. Today in many reports the Trump administration banned the use by the CDC of the words or phrases, transgender, evidence based, science based, fetus, vulnerable, entitlement, and diversity. Some individual in the trump administration made this call I'd really like to know who (Sounds like a Jeff Sessions kind of thing. VP Pence would be too politically smart to try something so foolish.)
Up goer five is a game where you try to explain a hard idea in simple words. I am even writing this part using only the most often used words. Even a idea for how it all works. Even the word "theory" is not in the list of the 1000 most common words, nor are energy, or momentum, but force is.
Many assume that trans-phobia, homophobia, and racism are exclusive to certain age groups and absent in other age groups. This week I considered the controversial term “Trap” used in the art of translating anime, Japanese cartoons, into English language and western culture. In doing so I found apart of the anime fan culture which is comprised of broadly millennial age (late teens, 20’s and 30’s) people who are in many ways more transphobic than Archie Bunker, and in others more PC than Rachel Maddow.
The Theory of Everything may be a mathematically simple model which is rich in implications and more difficult in concepts than calculations. The model I have just published as a candidate theory of everything is just such a model. String theory on the other hand is simple in concept but difficult in calculations. The concept of my model is that we treat all energy the same way. This is a MASSIVE oversimplification. All the scientific details for any experts that have questions are in the latest paper and the references to it.
#MeToo is a movement started by Alyssa Milano which is raising awareness of sexual harassment...
rthur Eddington and others tried numerous times to test Einstein's general theory of relativity by photographing the stars which appear in the sky next to the eclipsed sun. Einstein's theory predicted a particular change in their apparent position
. To the ability of anyone to measure this effect, all observations have been in accord with Einstein's theory. My own work on and interest in theories of everything, both my own, and others, has as a fundamental assumption that Einsteins theory is exactly correct. It probably is, however, no one gets a pass. No matter who the scientist is we test their theories multiple times.