The Watson “i/j” Theory Part 1: Purpose of Theory, Implied Values of Diacritic Dots and Predictions

**DISCLAIMER: I haven’t been blogging much, especially last month (April) since I spent the entire month working with a trial version of MATLAB. But anyways, in this blog post I’ll be introducing an unorthodox approach to a mathematical theory that I’ve been working on for the past ten years. It’s based on the values ofContinue reading “The Watson “i/j” Theory Part 1: Purpose of Theory, Implied Values of Diacritic Dots and Predictions”

The Interpretation of a Theory

**This was originally “tweeted” on August 23rd, 2012** A theory is a formal description of nature (meaning, a mathematical frame set with a link to lab stuff) which can make predictions of observations. Verification of these predictions are made through the trials of experiments and comparing what the theory says about its outcomes and whatContinue reading “The Interpretation of a Theory”