Can the Diagrams Be Applied to All the Scales?

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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Philosophy book series (BRIEFSPHILOSOPH, volume 3)

Abstract

The answer to this question has to be positive. If it is negative, my one-dot theory, which is accompanied by the crab and frog motion model, cannot be said as being rigorous. It cannot withstand tests one after another at each scale, and it cannot be a “law,” let alone a (timeless) law as in natural science. However, my theory is very close to be a law as in natural science, because so long as there is one person in the world, who is applying or at least understand the one-dot theory, the unfalsifiable theory is a law, because it can help us to directly or indirectly rationalize everything at all the scales. Needless to say, the one-dot theory can be falsified, when human beings perished, as the book, The World Without Us, suggests.

Keywords

Dust Economic Crisis Helium Posit Hunt 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Marine Affairs InstituteNational Quemoy UniversityTaiwanRepublic of China

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