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The Two Schools of Thought in Modern Physics


 

From objective feedback data and exhaustive checking, the ECE School of Thought has emerged. This is based rigorously on objectivity. It has numerous advantages over the older School of Thought known as the standard model (see table of advantages on www.aias.us). The ECE School is able to develop under its own impetus, and again this can be seen from such things as the formation of professional networks of aerospace and electrical engineers using ECE theory engineering models. The ECE School is so solidly based on relatively simple geometry that it is preferred by engineers to the unworkable standard model - a plethora of failed complexity. There are so many flaws in the latter model of physics that it should be abandoned, but is kept going by received dogma, and that alone. There is so much vested interest in the standard model that it will take a long time for it to be abandoned. There are clear signs though that it is failing badly, expensive experiments such as LIGO and CERN are unlikely to produce anything except more of the same meaningless obscurantism. I would sum up the situation by simply pointing out that anything outside of ECE is anthropomorphism, anything outside of objectivity must be rejected in science, and as always a theory must be tested against experimental data.      

 
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