When I read a recent paper that claimed that “we are witnessing the end of the era of mass-produced information,” I felt that I was witnessing the dawn of a new age of information, and one in which “the old way of communicating” was no longer necessary.
In other words, as we are told, the internet is the “enemy of science,” and the scientific method is “over.”
In the 21st century, “the way of communication” has been superseded by the internet.
The new “scientific method” has replaced the old one.
The science of communication was a science of social interaction.
Science and communication are fundamentally intertwined.
The “old way of talking” is now a “new way of being.”
In other word, “information” has become the “new social interaction.”
This has resulted in a massive loss of knowledge and wisdom, and a profound shift in the way we interact with each other.
The scientific method no longer serves as a tool to communicate information.
The only “tool” that matters is “information.”
This new “science of communication,” in fact, has turned out to be an ideology that can be used to suppress the very knowledge that is supposed to inform our lives.
In the new era of information-domination, we have no choice but to live in a world where the old “science” is the science of oppression and subjugation.
The media has always played an important role in the oppression of knowledge.
But the way the media has changed over the past decade has been particularly harmful to the science and scientific method.
The decline of the media was one of the primary causes of the recent wave of academic boycotts of universities in the US, including the University of California at Berkeley.
The New York Times was among the first to take action against Berkeley and other universities for their racist policies.
For example, the Times reported in the aftermath of the Berkeley riots, the “media has largely failed to address the racist undertones of the rioting, the violent police tactics, the suppression of free speech, and the lack of police accountability.”
In addition to this, the media’s lack of concern for free speech and free inquiry is a key reason for the current academic boycott.
The academic boycott has a direct impact on the public education system, as well as on the academic community as a whole.
In fact, the academic boycott may be one of “the greatest threats to the very fabric of higher education,” according to Professor Eric Zuesse, a professor of education at the University at Buffalo.
“I don’t know of a single academic that has not had some sort of reaction, and some form of personal, professional or institutional boycott, and that is why this is such a powerful statement,” he said.
Professor Zuessee explained that “the university is now completely controlled by an oligopoly that has an ideology of the state.”
“They don’t care about public education, they care about profits.”
This “state-sponsored monopoly” has succeeded in creating a world in which a single person can control the public discourse.
The public education sector has been infiltrated by a “class of elites” who are intent on monopolizing information.
They have been doing so through a strategy of “information control.”
The media, which is controlled by a few oligarchs and an “elite class,” has failed to do its job.
It has been unable to accurately inform the public about issues such as climate change, the economy, and climate change denial.
In contrast, the scientific research community has been doing its job by reporting and analyzing real scientific findings.
As Professor Zuresse explained, “The media has now become a state-sponsored oligopoly.
The university is no longer a public enterprise, it is now controlled by one elite class, the so-called ‘elite’ class.
It’s the same group of people that run universities, and they control everything.”
According to Professor Zuns, “We are living in the Age of Information, and we need to prepare for that.”
This is what we have come to expect from an era of “media control.”
A new era has begun in the 21 st century, and it is one that will have a profound impact on society.
The Internet is now the “opposite of the old, scientific method.”
We are witnessing an ideological revolution in the sciences and universities.
In many ways, the world has become an Orwellian “post-truth world.”
The new paradigm of “posttruth” has completely replaced the “scientific methodology.”
The “post” is replaced by the “post truth.”
As the “old” “science,” the “science-based” “post,” has come to be called, it seems that the ” new” “scientific” method is the only “true” science that matters.
We have come a long way in the past 10 years.
However, in the new “post science” era, the only scientific method that matters, is the ideology of oppression, subjugation, and exploitation.