Greatest Philosophies, Theories, and Scientific StudiesListing of the greatest philosophies / theories / scientific studies of the universe!
What many people don't know is Charles Darwin did not create the theory of evolution. He did, however, create the theory of natural selection, which is a major part of the much bigger theory of evolution. Some even say that he did not create the theory of natural selection, because it is known of another scientist that was doing the same thing Darwin was doing at the exact same time, so no one knows who came up with the idea first. If Darwin didn't come up with it, then he surely popularized the theory,
A theory that begin to lose his value. Questions like ; If we really came from apes why are there still apes now who doesn't change after millions of years? DNA tests of the oldest found humans are different than the oldest found apes and so many other questions ( organisms in water... ) that cannot be proven by this theory. Many sees this theory as an idea of blind faith ( wich is true because it's not an exact science ).
Darwin wasn't a philosopher, and he certainly wasn't a scientist.
His specialty was fantasy.
Chunky D was pretty smart.
Perfect philosophy by the most perfect man ever existed in the universe. Buddha was the first scientist of the world. He got enlightened, understood the concept of the universe and the inner mind and devoted his life to spread his knowledge and establish peace in the world.
I have always adored his philosophy, and while I do not believe in reincarnation, I try my best to live by his teachings. He will forever be known as one of the best philosophers in history, and for good reason.
Completely reshaped the way we understand the universe, this theory along with evolution together probably explain the way we understand science itself.
Greatest Theory by a smartest man.
Unlike relativity, the origin of quantum mechanics cannot be attributed to any one scientist. Rather multiple scientists contributed to a foundation of principles of the quantum mechanics. The most important are Max Planck, Niels Bohr, Erwin Schrödinger, Werner Heisenberg and more recent Roger Penrose. The concept about Einstein's light-photons (that is part of quantum mechanics ) were a paper he wrote but not a development of a theory or a speculative proof.
The most revolutionary advance in scientific history, arguably. Quantum mechanics proves that "physicality" doesn't exist. Only the probability of physicality.
Another greatest theory by the smartest person ever lived.
Greatest scientific explanation of the universe by the current smartest human.
Greatest Scientific explanation by another smartest person ever lived.
Great scientific written work by one of earlier and great philosopher mind.
Philosophies by B.R. Ambedkar... Greatest philosophies by the greatest and smartest human ever lived.
Ambedkar is best because its combination of humanism, Buddhism, science.
The safest general characterization of philosophical tradition is that it concists of a series of footnotes to Plato's philosophy ( Quote by Alfred North Whitehead ).
Plato figured out things about reality 2000 years ago that Heisenberg discovered only a few decades ago.
Plato's philosophy. ( quote by Alfred North Whitehead ).
The basic of all philosophies.
You must admit, whether you like or dislike communism, that it is an interesting concept, and, if done correctly, could make the best government in the world. But, sadly, people pervert his ideas and create societies in which no one has any freedom, and individuality is looked down upon. Capitalism might be immoral, but at least it works. Every single communist country in history has been horrible. Almost every capitalist country has strived.
This is not a theory ( theory comes from the greek word theorema wich means speculative knowledge ).
Radioactivity is a proven scientific fact!
Scientific work of one of the smartest woman ever existed.
Wheter it's national socialism, fascisme, communisme or even democratic socialism, they will always turn into a totalitarian system because the key word to those systems is " the state is you, not you are the state ".
I like the concept of this, except for the anti-semitic policies. Mein Kampf was also a great book in explaining this, whether you hate the author or not.