Observation Principles for an earth Observer

2014-06-30T01:22:58Z (GMT) by Gilbert Beaudry
<p>Phenomenalism from the Greek <em>phainomenon</em> (appearance) philosophically means any system of thought that has to with appearances.</p> <p>If the descriptions and conclusions for an observation are altered in any way by conditions of perception due to phenomenalism, discombobulating science is created.</p> <p>One of the scientific goals of this paper is to develop and build a new branch of scientific methodology specifically called Astrophysics Phenomenalism.</p> <p>Astrophysics Phenomenalism can be overcome by developing observation principles for earth observers.  This is done in this paper by providing examples of observations with measurements, which after the results and discussions section, I state in the conclusion section, the observation principles gained by analytical and comparative reasoning.</p>