Contrasting the conventional definitions of leading textbooks, psychometrics is the pathology of science. The key in understanding such a statement lies within the definition of measurement characterizing variable quantification within the natural sciences. The argument is for this assertion to be correct in contrasting the chief features of quantitative measurement with current psychometric practice. Following from this position are three avenues of investigation replacing gradually current psychometric test properties, principles, and theories. One attempt is within variable construction empirically demonstrated to possess of a quantitative structure. The second Avenue bases upon quality to variable procedures and structures. The third is an applied methodology in applied numerics aiming toward pragmatic utility. Client numerics is most similar to current psychometric procedures minus the fact test theory can be replaced in favor of tests more simple in nature of observational validity and reliability. The hopes are for psychometrics to more concern itself with the logical measurements as opposed to the complexity of its statistical and numerical operations.