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Abstract

A call for the reformation of modern science Is Issued. The necessity for reformation Is based on the scientific community's disregard of certain logical criteria and principles in science designed to keep scientific theories logically self-consistent and progressing toward truth. By disregarding these logical criteria and principles, the scientific community has claimed credibility for many new theories comprising much of modern science that can not logically qualify as science. These theories Include the theory of relativity, the theory of quantum mechanics, the Dirac theory of the atom, and the universal theory of evolution. New unified theories of classical electrodynamics are being developed to replace the Dirac theory of the atom, relativity theory, and quantum mechanics. These new theories are logically self-consistent and point the way to a better science based on truth and reality.

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Science

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