Bloomington, IN, January 18, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- In an effort to introduce the science community and general public to Atomism, the theory which originated the idea of atoms, author Mohammed Abu-Bakr compiled his essays, based on Atomism, refuting long-held theories in his book, The End of Pseudo-Science: Essays Refuting False Scientific Theories Taught in Schools, Colleges and Universities.
During Abu-Bakr’s decades of teaching in the field of science, he was inspired to constantly read and review other philosophies while formulating his own unique one. While teaching, he discovered that none of the science textbooks used in schools, colleges and universities introduce students to Atomism. He also found that only a handful of science teachers had heard of Atomism.
In his collection of 14 essays, Abu-Bakr scrupulously discusses intriguing topics such as:
• Why physicists don't know what atomism is
• Refutations of the Big Bang Theory and the String Theory of Matter
• Various counterclaims to Einstein’s theories
• Why Quantum Theory and Quantum Mechanics are wrong
• Biologists' false claim about the Theory of Spontaneous Generation
• Myths about black holes and baby universes
Abu-Bakr’s essays are based on reasoning, logic and the "principle of consistency," which holds that "truth does not involve contradiction." They are also based on the belief that hard evidence supersedes speculated mathematical conclusions. Through Abu-Bakr’s synopsis, his hope is to replace unrealistic scientific views with one based on reality, and that conforms to the laws of nature.
A thoroughly written and researched book, The End of Pseudo-Science scientifically reveals valid and intriguing information, giving readers a new and unique perspective on long-held scientific claims. With great effort, Abu-Bakr bridges the gap between the physical and metaphysical world.
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About Mohammed Abu-Bakr
Mohammed Abu-Bakr is an Atomist - a believer in the classical natural philosophy of Atomism, also known as "The Atomic theory," which originated the idea of atoms. He currently teaches middle school science and math in a special education program in Aurora, Colorado. He is a retired teacher from Denver Public Schools where he taught physical and biological sciences along with other core courses (for over thirty years) in a high school special education program. He was also a member of the extended studies staff of Adams State College where he taught philosophy and education courses.