The Internet of Science
Alethes.net is a network of independent researchers working to update science to present times. We examine the ways in which knowledge is encumbered by traditional assumptions that prevent objectivity and progress. We look at human behaviour from the vantage point of personal freedom.
Apparently, it is illegal to destroy a bank note. I didn’t know that when I and a friend ripped two 50€ notes and threw…
Babel is a magazine that brings you cutting-edge linguistic research in an accessible format. Their February edition features a piece titled ‘The acquisition of…
Hosted at the London University of the Arts, the symposium ‘Behind Eyes Wide Shut’ included my presentation on the scientific aspects of the film.…
Feedback from Academia
“This project has import because the definitions discussed have the potential to fundamentally change the way we view the (ecological/social) world”
Craig LaymanWake Forest University, Research Professor in the Department of Biology
“I can see where it ties in with my own thinking”
Robin FoxLegendary anthropologist and member of the US Academy of Sciences
“The ultimate purpose of child-directed speech may turn out to be exactly as Maanmieli suggests”
Michelle PascoeUniversity of Cape Town, Child Speech Committee of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics
“I suspect that your paper lies between two or more fields”
Alan BarnardUniversity of Edinburgh, Professor Emeritus
What makes your research valid?
The fact that we send it out to experts. We use an open peer-review system that is consistent with the social changes brought about by the information age.
Can I submit work to be published?
Absolutely! We look forward to reading your thoughts, as long as they are related to our research. Check out our editorial statement.
Can I earn money with you?
Yes! If you are a researcher or a professional who is curious about the world we live in, you may contact us and we’ll examine the possibilities of funding a project
What disciplines do you cover?
Everything that involves human subjects beginning with biology: anthropology, linguistics, psychology, economics or philosophy. We also create disciplines, as you can see from the feedback we get.
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