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April 22, 2014
Eye of God Nebula

Eye of God Nebula

51% of 1,012 U.S. adults age 18 or older recently surveyed have little to no confidence in the Big Bang theory. Well, it is a theory, after all, but I’d put myself in the “somewhat confident” category. From what I’ve read, many believe the theory simply lacks proof. There’s also the science versus religion angle, where both sides cite a lack of proof in the others belief. Carl Sagan’s “Contact” is one of my favorite books (the movie is pretty good, too), especially for the way it explores faith in religion versus faith in science. That is, “belief that is not based on proof.”

ABEA-A5MQGK_T1_InviteCustomers want proof. They want proof your product/service works.  The want to hear from others who have used what you’re selling so they can believe in it. Recently we featured Kronos customers talking on camera about their experience using KnowledgePass and our cloud services. Still, customers want more proof. So we commissioned the Boston Research Group to interview Kronos cloud customers about their experience. BRG is doing a webinar on April 29th at 2:00 p.m. ET to present the findings from interviews with 100 Kronos cloud services customers. Check it out. That way you can get some proof from them so you don’t have to believe me.

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  1. Tom Wolf permalink
    April 28, 2014 9:10 am

    “Well, it (the big bang) is a theory, after all,” In science, the word “theory” is used to describe something that is well supported by scientific evidence and has not been disproved. It may be impossible to prove the big bang as fact, but the evidence seems to support it for now and it is well accepted – thus the term “theory”.

    Unfortunately, in non-scienctific lingo, “theory” implies more uncertainty and it is often used to discredit well accepted scientific principles as “only theory”. A more proper term for an idea that is not supported by sufficient evidence yet would be “hypothesis”.

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