Dr. Aaron Adair

The Man, the Myth, the Scientist

This area is fully editable and gives you the opportunity to go into more detail about your business, what you do and what sets you apart from the competition.

This area is fully editable and gives you the opportunity to go into more detail about your business, what you do and what sets you apart from the competition.

This area is fully editable and gives you the opportunity to go into more detail about your business, what you do and what sets you apart from the competition.

Physics Ph.D. from the Ohio State University

Former researcher at the SETI Institute and CERN

Science and religion scholar

Author and Public speaker
Promotor of Science and Critical Thinking

Teacher and education theorist

Marathon runner

About
Dr. Adair

Aaron Adair is a scientist, trained in physics and education theory, as well as a scholar in the areas of history, ancient science, and religion. He has worked at various colleges and K-12 schools, done research at CERN and the SETI instituite, and has publications cited and discussed by scholars around the world.

More info can be found in the Portolio page, and links to his writing and speaking appearances can be found in the Contact page.

History of Science
How did we come to understand the fundamentals of the natural world we know today? There were many attemps in the past that looked like the sort of science we do today, and ancient peoples had theories about the nature of motion and what drives it. The intuitions people of the past had 2000 years ago, surprisingly, are the same we have today. So how did we get to our modern understanding, and what other intuitions are going to go the way of medieval physics?
Religion & Mythology
Stories are written, read, and reinterpreted by every generation, and the most intriguing intrepretations happen when new ideas approach old one. How did people of the past not only write about the natural world in terms of myth, but how did people come to interprete prior myths? Moreover, how should we understand the stories that were a part of ancient cults as well as modern religions?