ABOUT PRINCIPIA SCIENTIFIC INTERNATIONAL (PSI)
Principia Scientific International (PSI) was founded in 2010 and is legally registered in the UK as a non-profit company publishing and promoting non-political, cutting-edge science. It puts special focus on promoting transparency and truth, as per the traditional scientific method extolled by Karl Popper. (See Pict. Below)
This expanding organization was originally conceived by 22 international climate experts and authors who joined forces over a decade ago to write the climate science bestseller, ‘Slaying the Sky Dragon: Death of the Greenhouse Gas Theory.’
Today PSI has over 6.500 international members and runs an increasingly popular website with around 50,000 visitors each day. During 2020, this free-to-join body has been gaining a whole new legion of followers due to uncovering false science behind the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our members feel a moral duty to preserve the traditional methods of open scientific inquiry free from persecution, ridicule, and censure.
Most members are science graduates and/or in STEM professions and assist with original content and peer reviewing articles and submissions to ensure high quality content.
NEW RENAISSANCE OF THE TRADITIONAL SCIENTIFIC METHOD
The Association is indebted for its name to Sir Isaac Newton’s Principia Mathematica that signaled the modern legacy of the English Scientific Method, often shortened to just the Traditional Scientific Method.
RECLAIMING A SCIENTIFIC LEGACY
Over the past two decades there has grown a widespread perception of increased corporate and governmental meddling in science; disenfranchised specialists have sought to be heard in the one forum not yet entirely constrained by the gatekeeping mentality of self-serving politicians, media and publishing outlets: the Internet.
PSI aims to promote best scientific practice in the community; to defend the interests of the members, to educate specialists and non-specialists about new theories and refinements in best practice; to disseminate amongst our members, domestically and internationally, news and views for the betterment of their knowledge and performance.
Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) (Photo credit: Wikipedia )
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