1.b) Scientific knowledge vs. personal knowledge
An element of the experience is the methodological doubt since it is healthier to understand things than to learn them. However, of course, one needs to set up individual limits on personal knowledge, as there are things that we do not understand but accept because they are generally accepted. To this extent, personal scientific knowledge is much more limited than general scientific knowledge.
There is the distinction between general beliefs, although scientific, and what an individual thinks, believes, or accepts as solidly valid, so solidly that it cancels out the possible contradiction with the generally accepted scientific knowledge.
On infrequent occasions throughout student life, there are reasonable doubts about the veracity or correctness of the subject matter made up part of generally accepted scientific knowledge.
The first one was Darwin's theory of evolution due to random mutations and the approach of the dominant and recessive genes, which refer to the Laws of Mendel. Luckily, a structured set of alternative or complementary ideas in line with the knowledge and reflections about life appear in the book on the General Theory of Conditional Evolution of Life (CEL)
The second time doubting the generally accepted scientific knowledge, which, due to its characteristics, is very similar to the previous, was the supposed non-hereditary character of intelligence defended by the official doctrine of psychological and economic sociology. I have always thought that there is a significant influence of genetic inheritance on brain abilities due to my education, experience, and nature.
Also, in Molwickpedia, there are a four-book series on brain abilities, titled the Global Cognitive Theory, and The EDI Study, which is empirical research scientifically showing the hereditary character of relational intelligence, and the very existence of theological or finalist evolution.
Albert Einstein's relativity of time was the third element, not transparent, and even less clear when, subsequently, trying to comprehend essential explanations in other books about Modern Physics. As previously discussed, the problem was not to understand it but to believe many people do not know what they are talking about. Excuse the expression!
After entirely understanding the concept of time relativity of Modern Physics, it looks like an attempt to complicate the unknown and protect professional and national interests. Nevertheless, Molwickpedia has an additional seven books Physics and Metaphysics of time and space.
The previous four doubts are of great transcendence for their relation to essential concepts of our life, such as love, time, evolution, intelligence, and inheritance. At the same time, we must keep in mind that physics, biology, genetics, and neuroscience have progressed a lot lately.
The last considerable methodological doubt refers to the famous expression of the Golden Age of Castilian literature; it never made sense to think that the Castilian literature that followed was inferior. It would be more like that the famous golden age corresponds to an adolescent stage and of rapid growth, but not of maximum splendor.
In other words, it is possible to end up writing a book about the growth and characteristics of languages as vital impulse systems.