Hi LeeWooseok,LeeWooseok wrote:I think that what you said is prevalent scientifically, but it is not possible and we need more variables to make a relatively correct decision when it comes to the side of social science.
Thank you very much for showing interest and putting comments. I agree with you. What I've written is not based on science and technology. It is not scientific. It is something that exists.
Some workers are painting the rooms in our building. They paint four rooms every week. My room will be painted next week. My colleagues come to my office to drink tea and take some rest. Yesterday, at about 10:00am, we were five men, speaking about a lovely land, full of beautiful ladies without any responsibilities and commitments. One of them suggested leaving Iran and going to the West. The other one spoke about having 30 wives in an island, like old Iranian kings. One of us was silent. He was just listening. A friend said; "professor ... is silent. He disagrees with us!". He suddenly laughed and said; 'I am a great swimmer, but there is no water!". We all laughed.
You see, these things are not written in books. They are not scientific. They are some things in our thoughts. Most of the time we feel ashamed to share those things with others. These are our private thoughts. I personally check the correction of my theories when I am among my friends. I often check them frequently. I seldom rely on what I myself think, believe, or feel!
In physics mainly in Quantum Mechanics there is a very important principle. It is called 'Heisenberg's uncertainty principle'. It states that you can never simultaneously know the exact position and the exact speed of an object. We physicists often apply this principle to every aspect of life, particularly in measurement of complementary variables.
It is not possible to measure a parameter precisely; with one hundred percent accuracy. There is always some errors. Therefore, we often use some key words such as possibly, probably, maybe, perhaps,etc. when making speech.
When it comes to speaking about factors related to human beings, the uncertainty gets highlighted. I often mention to the fact that it is not possible to generalize when we are studying social problems. We just can speak about the average. We often consider Gaussian distribution cure most of the time.
Manipulating should be taken into consideration too. For many years, the West is manipulating people to make human beings' behaviour agree with capitalism! They are quite successful in changing the taste of people. In comparison with the past eras, the number of gays and lesbians has dramatically increased. Why? Let me make this story short by a claim: At universities, as far as I notice and know, boys are cold and girls are hot! Why? Boys are supposed to be wild when it comes to sexual activities. What has happened? Nobody knows! Maybe manipulating is involved! Again, you should notice I don't mean all boys are inactive or all girls are hot. I am speaking about the average!
All the best,
Behnam, 2 December, 2015