Second episode in a seven-arc series on the art of critical thinking.

Knowledge tends to progress incrementally for long periods as popular theories are developed and adjusted to fit discrepant evidence. Eventually, entirely fresh foundational ideas become necessary.

To explain new evidence, the gravity-and-gas theories are patched with hypothetical, unobservable, and untestable phantoms: collapsed matter, dark matter, dark energy. These phantoms “must be there” to save them from falsification and change deep-seated habits of thinking.

Gravity and gas don’t allow for electricity in space—plasma requires it—a fundamental distinction between the Standard Model and EU Model. Science critic Mel Acheson explains from the historical point of view why it’s time for the next conceptual revolution.

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