Did Popper solve Hume's problem?

@article{Lindh1993DidPS,
  title={Did Popper solve Hume's problem?},
  author={Allan Goddard Lindh},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1993},
  volume={366},
  pages={105-106}
}
  • A. Lindh
  • Published 1 November 1993
  • Philosophy
  • Nature
How do we know the Sun will rise tomorrow? Hume's concern raises two questions: the problem of empirical inference was solved in this century by Popper; an approach to the stability of nature in time is outlined here. 
To fathom the world: Ockham's razor or PaRDeS hermeneutics?
AbstractPassionate debates often occur in the scientific community concerning the relevance of new theories which compete with classical descriptions. To discriminate between them, a set of
Catastrophism and uniformitarianism: logical roots and current relevance in geology
  • V. Baker
  • Philosophy
    Geological Society, London, Special Publications
  • 1998
Abstract Catastrophism in the Earth sciences is rooted in the view that Earth signifies its causative processes via landforms, structures and rock. Processes of types, rates and magnitudes not
3 Hypotheses and Geomorphological Reasoning
Geomorphology is a way of thinking about the surface of planet Earth. Controlled experimentation, in the manner of pure physics, is not possible for most geomorphological concerns. Thus, much of
Trophic uncertainty vs parsimony in food web research
TLDR
To reveal new linkages, fresh GCA is desirable, but impracticable for large speciose webs containing many rare and endangered species, in which case it may be replaced by several non-dissective methods.
The Role of Hypotheses in Current Research, Illustrated by Hypotheses on the Possible Role of Astrocytes in Energy Metabolism and Cerebral Blood Flow: From Newton to Now
  • H. Kimelberg
  • Psychology
    Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism : official journal of the International Society of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism
  • 2004
TLDR
Two astrocyte-related hypotheses that I will cover to illustrate the problems of this common current practice are as follows: that glucose enters the CNS via theAstrocytic processes where it is converted by aerobic glycolysis to lactate which then serves as the principle source of energy for neurons.
Sopranos but not tenors live longer
TLDR
The hypothesis that females live longer than males because of the beneficial effects of estrogens on longevity-related genes is supported by comparing life spans of female and male opera singers.
The molecular genetics of schizophrenia.
TLDR
There are solid grounds for believing that susceptibility genes for schizophrenia will be identified in the foreseeable future, because of advances in the methodology of molecular genetics and improvements in study design.

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 21 REFERENCES
The philosopher for science
Karl Popper's ideas have been the touchstone for judging science during much of this century. Here, in acknowledgement of his 90th birthday on 28 July, is a celebration of the man and his works.
Realism and the aim of science
TLDR
The author explains the development of the Objective and Subjective Probabilities Index and its application to the Theory of Probability.
The encyclopedia of philosophy
The encyclopedia of philosophy , The encyclopedia of philosophy , مرکز فناوری اطلاعات و اطلاع رسانی کشاورزی
Reconstructing the Past: Some Cognitive Consequences of Person Perception
An experiment was conducted to investigate systematic retrospective distortions of past events precipitated by one's current beliefs about another individual. Participants read an extensive narrative
The Character of Physical Law
In these Messenger Lectures, originally delivered at Cornell University and recorded for television by the BBC, Richard Feynman offers an overview of selected physical laws and gathers their common
Paleontological Evidence of the Rate of the Earth’s Rotation
“We admire the power by which the human mind has measured motions of globes which nature seemed to have concealed forever from our view. Genius and science have burst the limits of space, and a few
Theory of probability
1. Fundamental notions 2. Direct probabilities 3. Estimation problems 4. Approximate methods and simplifications 5. Significance tests: one new parameter 6. Significance tests: various complications
A Treatise of Human Nature
PART 1: INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL. How to Use this Book. List of Abbreviations. Editor's Introduction. Hume's Early years and Education. A Treatise of Human Nature. Book 1: Of the Understanding. Book 1
...
1
2
3
...