Democracy Science

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Getting Ideas: How I dreamt my life away
and survey of this site.

Science is ethics or "electics."
A synthesis of deterministic & statistical world-views.

Relativity theory and election method.

The Four Loves: romance, friendship, affection and charity.
(From C S Lewis)

Sigmund Freud and CG Jung:
seeking the whole man thru a democracy of ones selfs.

World peace thru democracy: HG Wells neglected third phase.

Constitutional Economics

The menace of the nuclear tyranny.

The determined dishonesty of atomic energy.

Nuclear deterence threatens its own world war crime.

The Two Cultures:

How partisans resist effective democracy;
single transferable vote (STV) justification.
More pages:

Reports for single transferable vote (more or less):

Research into single transferable vote method of democracy.

Liberating democracy from Impossibility Theorem.

Binomial STV and the Harmonic Mean quota.

Referendums etc

The republic of letters:

En français: (In French)

Modèle Scientifique du Procès Electoral. (Scrutin Transferable: Single Transferable Vote.)

Democracy archives and reviews.

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Popular science:

Special theory of relativity

Special relativity (more pages under renovation):

Science Reviews.

Democracy Science brief descriptions of above contents.

Index to some early (unrevised) pages in simpler English spelling.

Relegated pages.

Links to other sites.

Collected verse by Richard Lung.

All five books now available:

Volumes: 1, The Valesman; 2, Dates and Dorothy; 3. He's a good dog. (He just doesnt like you to laf.); 4. In the meadow of night; 5 Radical!

The Democracy Science series.

Two e-books on electoral reform & research now available free.

The Commentaries series.

Help notes on self-publishing electronic books.

By the same web manager: Poetry & novels of Dorothy Cowlin; Literature & Liberty.

Wikipedia has a Dorothy Cowlin biography.


October 2015.

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This Democracy Science site began in Spring 1999 at a former venue.

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