Modern science is full of fictions. Widely accepted theories in cosmology, physics, evolutionary theory, neurobiology, psychology, and economics are bogus. The problem begins with a false construct of reality.

“The bulk of the world’s knowledge is an imaginary construction.” ~ American author Helen Keller

Matterism – the belief that existential matter is the be-all and end-all of reality – is the philosophical foundation of modern science. This is ironic because physics has proven that matterism is ultimately a mirage. Instead, energyism is the natural philosophy which underlies existence.

Physics has shown that matter is made of energy. Energy reduces to an idea. Physicists ignore this and plow ahead as matterists, because they lack the academic background and intellectual sophistication to have developed the principles which comprise energyism.

The standard cosmological model assumes that the universe began just shy of 14 billion years ago, despite copious evidence that the cosmos is much older. Dark energy and dark matter are the result of bad math, with no evidentiary basis.

That life forms adapt is indisputable. Yet Darwinists deny adaptation as an evolutionary impetus because it necessitates teleology.

Neurobiology is the idiotic belief that brain creates consciousness and the mind. Neurobiologists have no explanation for how mentation occurs or is even possible, especially in organisms that lack sufficient physiology for it.

Few psychologists comprehend the distinction between consciousness and mentation. Conventional theories of emotions are conspicuously ridiculous. Psychologists have scant comprehension of what mental health and mental illness are, and no idea why.

The price theory that underpins capitalist economics is obviously wrong, as the mass extinction event underway illustrates (though the falsity runs much deeper than failure to incorporate externalities).

“All that we are and will do depends, in the last analysis, upon what we believe the nature of things to be.” ~ English novelist and philosopher Aldous Huxley

If you doubt the foregoing statements, or if you simply have a sincere interest in comprehending reality, then consider the works of Ishi Nobu essential reading.

(Nobu’s books are also available in printed form from this web site or Amazon (which takes practically all the profits from sales), or in Kindle (which is an inferior format to the free electronic versions on this site).)