so many thots and so little time.
Was reading wikipedia on pseudoscience and encountered one of many ways to distinguish pseudoscience and science: Intersubjective verifiability. First time I've read about the idea. My impression is the term is offered to help us find truth. But it appears to me that it only achieves agreement between human beings (or, speculatively, any beings who can communicate). Such an achievement, it seems to me, falls a bit short of "truth".
But then i read the wikipedia page on Paul Feyerabend
. Egads, i read some of my own recent, private musings about science there. Most strongly, that many of the innovations that we hail as monumental scientific achievements, and without which the current state of science would be significantly regressed, were accomplish by non-scientific means, particularly inspiration.
So, TFBW, welcome your thots on any of pseudoscience, Intersubjective verifiability, Feyerabend.