True science, accurate knowledge requires an objective observer

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readNov 18, 2020


Question from the Internet:

“How is it possible that there is an accurate knowledge if each one perceives reality in their own way?”

I don’t want to confuse you, but when you look around, where do you see “accurate knowledge”?!

After all our history, technological advances, where do we are that our night celebrated sciences can help us solve actual problems, especially when those problems are not within our arbitrary, artificial Human system but when we are facing Nature’s at, it’s unbreakable laws and awesome forces?!

Our Human system - which is presently helplessly falling apart - is built on imaginary laws, principles, algorithms that agree with our inherently egocentric, subjective consciousness, perception. It seemingly works - although Human history is a chain of helplessly recurring, vicious cycles - but now we are reached a certain threshold in our generation, and everything we have built is slipping through our fingers.

A relatively “simple” virus is defeating us across the globe, we have no answer to climate change, hurricanes, earthquakes, floodings strike us down at ease, we can’t predict, handle or prevent them, not to mention using their powerful energy.

Our “leading sciences” have become theoretical, philosophical without practical use, in peer review scientific journals, meetings we see people proving the exact opposite theories hypothesis, or running in circles, “reinventing”, reusing things, methods we discarded before.

If we want truly accurate knowledge, if we want to research and understand Nature beyond simply scratching the surface, we will need to liberate our observer from the inherently introverted, distorted, misleading black boxes were are born into.

And for that we need a unique, purposeful and highly practical science, education that deals with, refines upgrades the observer, giving us an unprecedented, truly selfless and thus objective viewpoint.



Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.