What is Ultrastudies and why it benefits you

What we actually do BackgroundsThis part contains the story behind the research. What questions is the scientist trying to answer? Is there any conclusive answer before, or is this a very new question? And most importantly, what this research can do for you? MethodsThe most exciting part of the research is how to prove the […]

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How to rate research

Like everything else in life, not all research is excellent. Research may vary in quality. The most critical quality of research is its accuracy. What makes research valuable is if it is correct. Now, what makes research accurate? What makes them can explain this world and also can predict what happens next? The answer is […]

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How to classify and value a book

First, books are divided between fiction and non-fiction books. Why fiction books exist and even frequently top on the best seller books list? Because it satisfies our conscious and mostly our unconscious needs. Second, in the non-fiction genre, there is more division: theoretical book vs. practical book. Both have their value. Third, the theoretical book […]

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Four levels of reading as advised by encyclopedia editor

Reading is learning from a person who are not present. Therefore, by reading we can learn from ancient figure like Marcus Aurelius, figure of this century like Mahatma Gandhi or living human beings like Harvard professor Steven Pinker. Reading takes energy. Low or high depends on your level of reading These are four levels of […]

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How to spot lie in many “pseudo-scientific” claims

Why do people believe in explanations and predictions provided by science? Because it works and reliable. Even the conference attendees in “Relativity or Uncertainty of Scientific Truths” themselves submit their safety to airplanes, a product of scientific thinking and engineering process. They use cellphones or emails (also a product of scientific inquiry) to communicate with […]

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This is the greatest ambition of science and how it benefits you

Post hoc ergo propter hoc (Latin: ‘after this, therefore because of this’) is an informal fallacy that states: “Since event Y followed event X, event Y must have been caused by event X.” It is often shortened to “post hoc fallacy”. The fallacy lies in a conclusion based solely on the order of events, rather […]

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