The Potential of Intuitive Scientific Thinking
By placing science squarely on direct observations instead of unfounded beliefs, intuitive scientific thinking offers the possibility of recovering the true connections between human beings and all the other beings and material forms in the world.
It should first be understood that intuitive scientific thinking is a method of thinking that is consistent with facts found in our own direct personal living experience. The basics of intuitive scientific thinking are available to anyone since they are directly found in common human experience. As a method of thinking however, it first requires a review of previous assumptions and bringing them into line with direct observations.
It’s through what we observe that we find a common connection with the world around us. This daily connection along with the recognition of the priority of life over the non-living allows us to begin to directly explore and work with non-living things in our environment as well as communicate with other life forms different than our own.
Anyone who has understood the meaning of the introductory views presented here as well as their context will also most likely understand the vast scope of the changes they indicate. Once the relationships between the living and the non-living are understood a revolution will occur in scientific thinking greater than any that’s come before. Yet we also see that the foundation for such a dramatic change won’t happen due to any new startling facts, but by recognizing the blinders still in place are no longer needed.