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Thrust of argument: In a lecture on The Character of Physical law (part 1), Feynman tells us: 'This is the key of modern science and is the beginning of the true understanding of nature. This idea - that to look at the thing, to record the details and to hope that in the information thus obtained may lie a clue to one or another of a possible theoretical intepretation'. Direction of resistance / implied resistance: So for example to know what is going on in the world, instead of just reading the headlines and even largely short articles presented by the mainstream media, with huge adverts for huger corporations all around what you're reading and influencing the range of topics those sources are willing to 'dignify', one must look at every reasonable source possible.


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Removal of resistance: Some suggested authors and sources are listed on the page accessible via the link in the references below. Unification: Why not go through the list and pick a few writers from it and go and read their works? It may help you to be a tiny bit more scientific about how you approach the modern world.
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