Science & Character

Science & Character

How to find the character of man through Science. The techniques:

Brute Force

Science applies brute force to a man and can dissect his actions to reasonably come out at a portrait of his character. Here’s how:

Scanning Tunneling Microscope

Photon waves are fired at atoms, protons, electrons to study them. The properties to be studied depend off course on the atom but also the interaction between atom and the properties of photon fired. Properties of Photon like phase, frequency, spin and so on. (So one must study not only the atom but also the properties of photon)

Normally if you fire a Photon, the atom to be introspected might know in advance and change it’s properties. So one must be least introspective in studying the atoms or they appear to be different from what they are. Other we never get to know what the true atoms are. We can play around with the phase, frequency and spin of the photon to obtain different properties of atoms.

Siege

Science applies a laser cover (mostly with the help of light) on a man and then study his character. Here’s how:

Laser Cover

In this technique, we would cover the atom and let the atom express its properties (interactions, demands, and what it gives out). The cover would learn whats happening and report it back. Many interactions could help us find out what the true atom is.

However the closer you put the cover, the atom still might know whats happening around it and change its behavior. So one must carefully design the cover and off course leave a lot of exits for the atom to get blind spots and hence express its true behavior.

Also there are inert gases which never express or take ages to express. This might cause this test to be redundant altogether. For inert gases, we might like to keep the inert gases in different environments and see its effect on the environment and thus elucidate its behavior.
Instrument:

Troy

Science inserts a foreign person, intruder or element (‘The Movie ‘Departed‘) in a man and then studies his character. Here’s how:

Dye

We can introduce smaller parts like a particular dye or electron in the atom to be studied for its electron. And then study the properties of atom through the electron inserted. We could also let the atom express itself on the electron (troy) and let it eject when it finds out the troy. This might give out the extreme map of the atom.

Similarly we could have a counter troy, where we take on of the parts of the atom and try to fix it up with other atoms and study its behavior. The study of electron can help us map out the properties of electron and atom.

We can combine the above three approaches (Brute Force, Siege, Troy) to find the properties of an atom.

“Other Things To Consider”

How to study Photons itself

For studying Photon, we need new theories and experiments. You can’t take the help of photons and atoms to study the photons itself. We need a smaller particle than photon to study the Photon? And similarly we will have to study the smaller particle. Is there an end to the smaller particle? Or are there endless smaller and bigger particles (An ever-expanding Universes and multiple Universes)? If there is a contracting Universe, then what is the force which is contracting? Or is it self? If it is self, then what medium was the Universe expanding?

Thought: When the Experimenter becomes the Subject

During the experiment, and experimenter is experimenting and develops life. The life starts affecting her or him. She or he cannot throw it and the life becomes more powerful than the experimenter. And then the experimenter becomes the subject. The life generated (new experimenter) starts controlling the experimenter (new subject) and does experiments on the subject. And this keeps rotating. Is that life?

Caution: This might be all theory

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14 Responses to “Science & Character”

  1. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Quantum Effects Writ Large: Evidence Points To Quantum Nature Of Large-Scale Effects
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/02/070215144253.htm

    🙂
    Deepak

    P.S: God Of Small Things Affect the Good, Bad & Ugly

  2. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Magnetic Fields Crucial To Star Formation, Astronomer Says
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1999/09/990910080925.htm

    🙂
    Deepak

    P.S: How people develop character?

  3. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Electron’s Negativity Cut in Half by Supercomputer: Simulations Slice Electron in Half — A Physical Process That Cannot Be Done in Nature
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/01/120112142237.htm

    Personal Opinion: Lets ask the electrons who they are?

    🙂
    Deepak

  4. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    New Light Shed On The Relationship Between Thought And Language
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2002/01/020102080342.htm

    Personal Opinion: And perhaps on brain and character…

    🙂
    Deepak

  5. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Smaller Than Small: Ultrahigh-Resolution Electron Microscopy Enters Picometer Scale
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/07/080724150342.htm

    Personal Opinion: Science continues in its march for the minis and now it is within a atom…

    🙂
    Deepak

  6. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Scientists Find New Clues Underlying Mood Disorders
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2004/10/041019092001.htm

    Personal Opinion: Science tries to pin down character in people…

    🙂
    Deepak

  7. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Genes May Determine Which Smoking Cessation Treatment Works Best
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/06/080602160847.htm

    Personal Opinion: Science is pitching in to help one’s rehabilitation after one is hit with more precise treatment. However, if you are looking out for emotion (which might be the root cause), try falling in Love

    🙂
    Deepak

  8. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Wisdom Comes With Age, At Least When It Comes To Emotions
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/06/080612185428.htm

    Older People can balance emotions better than young people…Please rest all your power and money with the old and become a Buddha, Science says!

    🙂
    Deepak

  9. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    NASA Observatory Confirms Black Hole Limits
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/02/050222195058.htm

    Scientist gives character to Black Holes…something we cannot see and perceive clearly…but we might be able to feel them if we are interested in history and other things around..

    🙂
    Deepak

  10. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Hyper-Entangled Photons: ‘Superdense’ Coding Gets Denser (If you link two people with more than one needs: emotion, money, faith, religion, future; they seem to work and produce more)
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/03/080324112847.htm

    🙂
    Deepak

  11. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Strange World Of Quarks, Gluons, Described By Physicist (People can still be different, ascertained by Science)
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/02/080217143832.htm

    🙂
    Deepak

  12. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Doctor cheating warnings expand to dermatology (American Ethics clash with Medical Business)
    http://www.cnn.com/2012/02/03/health/doctor-cheating-dermatology/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

    🙂
    Deepak

  13. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Electrical Engineers Build ‘No-Waste’ Laser (Lasers get more mini)
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/02/120209173327.htm

    🙂
    Deepak

  14. Deepak Says:

    Hey

    Mystery Solved: How Genes Are Selectively Silenced (Character Activated by Science, just dont complain about the Quality of Character)
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/10/101018102239.htm

    🙂
    Deepak

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