UNDERSTAND THE PARADIGM TO CHALLENGE IT
Communication is Art
“The historian of science may be tempted to exclaim that when paradigms change, the world itself changes with them.” Thomas Kuhn
With science communication, we take encouraging insights from scientific and technology research and share the knowledge in everyone’s words.
We are interested in the ontology and epistemology of science, particularly as we agree with Almond and Genco in a sense that depending on whether we are dealing with “clock” or “cloud” behavior, specific methods are required.
We are particularly interested in how we could use scientific methods to discover our cognitive blind spots, to unearth what we didn’t know that we didn’t know. The goal of it not being to know everything but to discovering new ways of thinking and innovative solutions.