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This audiobook analyzes how the immeasurable can be measured.

The basis of science is the ability to test a hypothesis.

This can only be done by having instruments which can measure the phenomena in question. If measurements can’t be made, then science can’t be conducted.

Concepts of reality and how science evolved are discussed.

©2000 Martin K. Ettington (P)2018 Martin K. Ettington

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This is the best book

Even so, I'd only recommend this book to someone highly motivated to learn more about the subject, with the caveat that it's a slog in many sections. I would not suggest this book to someone to pique their interest in deliberate practice.

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Thank you so much!

This book changed my mindset of learning and expertise, and gave me confidence and insightful guidance on becoming experts in areas which matters to me through deliberate practice

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inspiring

I mention this because it enables me to speak from my own experience, findings from a wide cross-section of researchers, and, most importantly (I hope), the biographies of how people achieved greatness.

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I'm looking to become skilled

That's why I like this book so much. I've never seen information about advancing skills... whether a little, or to a world-class level, or anywhere in-between... laid out so clearly and comprehensively (and convincingly) as it is here.

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If you are looking for "the missing piece" in achievement, you very well might find it in this book. For me at this time in my life -- I did.

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To make real progress

Plus, the book gave me a very clear idea of what to look for, what to steer clear of, and what I can do for myself.

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Informative and Easy to understand

This book demystifies the process of how people become successful in Life. The process was discovered by surveying people who considered themselves fortunate or unfortunate in life. This book truly has the answers and a lot of the information will surprise you.

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GREAT BOOK - MORE THAN YOU MIGHT EXPECT

This book will force you to completely reevaluate how you look at life's ups and downs, and help make your life more full, more interesting, and let's hope: more successful.

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Learning Book!

This is an important book in the philosophy of science. Martin developed the concept of the paradigm as an intellectual tool to understand the emergence of significantly new ways of thinking about big questions in science and culture.

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Well Worth the Purchase!

This book covers the changes in attitude not only in science but, other position of authority which are currently viewed by the general public a pure lies.