About Us

Exploring Emerging Fields of Study and The Evolution of Concepts

A Conceptual Revolution is an unknown moment when someone discovers something new about the Universe, based on scientific evidence.

After several years of working on this website and following emerging sciences, I’ve come to a realization. Revolutionary concepts do not require political, or social revolutions, in nations that are free to express themselves. But, they do need a media that explores the evolution of new concepts with a philosophical approach around a shared purpose. A common understanding that enables immature discoveries to become mature scientific platform.

A conceptual revolution is a fleeting moment recorded in space-time. It’s a realization of something new and an opportunity to build a new understanding around it. But, from here. The evolution of the concept is needed in a collaborative networked economy that is open and shares information about each findings. Born from a healthy skepticism, a relativity of wrong, and progressive philosophical approach. 

At Concept Evolution, we are passionate about building this philosophy for all people. To enable important new concepts, based on scientific evidence to mature. To become a solid platform of knowledge. And, to develop the mindset needed for societal adaptation, innovation, and continued progress.

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We invite you to take this challenge personally and engage with us on this journey to witness the evolving developments of these emerging sciences.

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About the Founder

Curiosity drives us to find answers along our unique life paths. For Adam B. Dorfman, that path began with an MBA at the University of Toronto and with several years in the capital markets before he began to look into emerging sciences.

Adam then studied the frontiers of different fields, with each new revelation revealing that many new sciences were about to change civilization. After founding Concept Evolution, where he features leading scientists in these emerging fields of study, and with a keen interest in the philosophy of scientist exploring these fields, he wrote the book, Conceptual Revolutions in Science.

Our Philosophy

Here are some of the core philosophies we believe will empower the continuous learner..

Openness to New Realities

It is import to always leave the door open for new realities. So that we can allow immature scientific discoveries to become mature scientific platforms for innovations. 

Inter-Disciplinary Research

We believe inter-disciplinary research will solve many of our world problems and become an integral component of continuous learning.

  • Can one scientific discipline can be reduced to the terms of another? As Dr. Pollack explained “Defining the boundary between physics, chemistry and biology is practically impossible. What is biology without chemistry? Does atomic structure lie within the discipline of chemistry, or physics? And, don’t atoms play roles in biology?”

Scientific Progress is Unrivaled

Although science will never be exact in describing all phenomenon’s of nature, the benefits of scientific progress in technological advancements, human health, and cultural enrichment are unrivaled. 

Limitations of Human Senses and a Healthy Skepticism

Exploring the limitations of our human senses, and the need for broad scientific discoveries and technological innovation to reach our full potential.

Sharing Failures

The importance of sharing our failures in two senses:

  • Because in the act of failing many discoveries have been made
  • And, the potential for Machine learning through programs like the Dark Reactions Project, which would allow for:
    • A predictive analysis of the success of a study based on a synthesis of previous attempts.
    • This could provide an “provide an alternative to experimental trial-and-error.”

Normal Scientific Progress

The principle of normal scientific progress and scientific paradigms as described by Thomas Kuhn:

  • Developmental pattern of mature science.
  • Normal science and paradigm shifting discoveries.


Reproducibility in studies of human nature:

  • The inexactness of science does not always imply incorrectness, but rather that it does not wholly represent reality.

New Definitions

Theories are always updated. Wrongness, in a sense, is adjusted over time based on the progress of a scientific discipline. As a consequence, new definitions will be required for science to properly advance.

  • Thus, we should always review the definition of related words, as we better understand the relationships of immature discoveries to the Universe. 
  • And, as it becomes a mature scientific field of study.

Relativity of Wrong

We will never to be able to fully comprehend all of the relationships in the Universe and we can never reduce human biases to zero. 

But, nothing is lost from understanding more about our reality. And, knowledge must be held within this structure and mindset to enable the evolution of the human experience and a more prosperous culture.

  • A fundamental tenet of science is the acceptance of not knowing, of living within the mystery of the Universe, in the pursuit of greater understanding of the natural world. With each new paradigms, enabling humanity to acquire new human experiences through technological and cultural advancements.
  • The falsifiability of science, as described by Popper, can also exist within the context of the relativity of wrong by Isaac Asimov.
  • The importance of teaching our future generations what we think is true and what is unknown is of great importance to sustainable innovation.
  • Within this concept, it highlights the limitations of religion. 
    • Since it does not allow for a healthy skepticism and relativity of wrong mindset.