The magazine MAQ September 2018 MAQ Magazine November 2018 - Page 102

Scientific research tackling cancer for example, is limited by being based upon traditional ‘tribal science’; a science that flies in the face of the UNESCO declaration based on

recognition that all humans are of the same genetic makeup.

‘Tribal science’ is science steeped in the evolutionist’s tradition of ‘survival of the fittest’ or, some are more worthy of life than others, thinking.

That thinking as a basis for a scientific methodology is in essence carcinogenic - one of a kind seeking to grow at the expense of another of its own kind, a fact that must no longer be ignored.

Inherent in the dogma of the unavoidable supremacy of the Second Law of Thermodynamics is the notion that we are locked into ultimate energy scarcity and eventual extinction and can be understood as supporting the need for tribal competition - who will survive the longest.

It drives the need for being superior to others and some being designated as ‘the other’ to be left behind, undermining ethics and caring for others.

Clearly a science with such a basis is not consistent with the declaration and is fatally flawed as a science for human survival and sustainable well-being.

Image on the right: painting by

Robert Pope, "Creative Physics Emerging"

oil on canvas