Comments on science

If we want to develop a consistent and unified picture of Nature, then we must identify the difficulties, inconsistencies, and incompatibilities in current disciplines, because Nature is unique and consistent.

This newsletter reviews online resources prepared by scientists and engineers, identifying incorrect statements and providing guidance to those who want up-to-date knowledge on natural science topics.

The incorrect statements identified in this newsletter include, but are not limited to, claims that living systems violate the second law of thermodynamics, that mass varies with speed, that the Coulomb gauge is not a physical gauge, that dark matter has been detected in galaxies, that the irreversibility we observe in nature is fictitious, that quantum fields are the fundamental ingredients of nature, that energy is not conserved on cosmological scales, and that quantum electrodynamics provides the complete basis for atomic physics and all chemistry.