During my observations, I realize that many occurrences in nature and life do not appear to obey scientific logic. Some of those occurrences are for example: human behaviour, human relationships, life and death, spirituality, natural disasters, etc. On the other hand there are processes that do obey this logic. In my opinion the rigorous and precise scientific method should be better applicable to the processes that obey this logic. Examples of this can be the development of medications, medical devices, the study of the physics of imaging, etc.
Saying this, I believe we should find new methods that can be more suitable for the other elements of nature.
Adolfo Cotter, MD