Presentation per domain

Each domain is discussed using the following structure:

  1. Introduction:  The subject area of the domain is described in terms of the contribution that QO makes to explaining the phenomena involved. This contribution consists of new explanations, to which the introduction links.
  2. Key findings: A summary of the conclusions that QO enables us to reach, and make QO different from mainstream science.
  3. Phenomena: A page itemizes the phenomena within the domain. Per phenomenon, the  the mainstream explanations are compared with the QO explanation on the basis of their absolute Occam scores, and there is a link to the corresponding QO explanation.
  4. Explanations: For each QO explanation, there is a lemma which summarizes it in one line, identifies and links to the phenomenon which it explains, describes the explanation and scores it.