Year: 2015 | Month: January | Volume: 2 | Issue: 1 | Pages: 20-25
What is a "Breakthrough in Science"?
Independent Researcher, Riga, Latvia
This article analyzes the concept of a "breakthrough in science". According to the author, as "breakthrough" can be considered only such shift in science that leads to real benefits for the people. In this case, a simple "creating of abstract theory", which is not supported by real life, which does not give anything new for people's lives, should not be considered as a "breakthrough in science".
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