Is 必威体育官网science sometimes in danger of getting tunnel vision?Recently published ebook author,Ian Miller,looks at other possible theories arising from data that we think we understand.Can looking problems in a different light give scientists a different perspective?

August 23 – 25,1968,Czechoslovakia

A long time ago I gave a computer game to my son,and it had characters that aged.If you aged too far,all you were good for was sitting around the campfire telling stories.Maybe I have got to that age,but the 50th anniversary of the Czech invasion by the Russian military has me looking backwards.As some may have realized,especially after my post on an alternative interpretation of quantum mechanics,I sometimes do not fit in with what everyone expects.So it was then.I was doing a post-doc at The University,Southampton under professor Cookson,and while most people took holidays doing popular touristy things,I did a road trip behind the Iron Curtain.I am putting together a series of posts on that,the first one being athttps://wordpress.com/post/ianmillerblog.wordpress.com/867
There will be at least two more,each Thursday.For those who are at post-doc level,or who can recall what they were like,you might want to check them out and see what you might have done.Not a lot of chemistry there;the nearest was comparing Czech and Polish beer,and a search for hydraulic oil.Nevertheless,it was a different summer vacation to anything you will have had.
Posted by Ian Milleron Aug 27,2018 3:58 AM Europe/London

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