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Isn't that asking a lot to have their theories based in reality, rather than just mind games about whether a cat is half dead or half alive? Did they actually remember to feed the cat?
This question is intended to "throw a brick in the pond" I would expect a range of positive and negative responses and look forward to seeing some more.
Thank you for your interesting replies. I my career as a research engineer and professional inventor in industry at the core of a large conglomerate company it has been my job many times to briefly join groups people who have been working in R & D for many years in subsidiary companies and their thinking has gone stale, with the aim of waking them up to new ideas which have often come from different disciplines and technologies. This is usually a singularly thankless task but does often have positive outcomes.I currently see the growing points of physics and cosmology heve been stultified by beating good mathematical models to death using computers and feel that something is needed to introduce a little more physical insight into the thinking. This question is intended to "throw a brick in the pond" I would expect a range of positive and negative responses and look forward to seeing some more.