When a method of specific knowledge creation is dominant, knowledge created by means of other methods would not be recognized as knowledge. Therefore, those who engaged in such a knowledge creation had to be isolated socially. But resent development of communication technology boosts not only centralization but also diversity and complexity of the world, and works in a direction canceling their social isolation. In other words, knowledge which would never growth in former environment will get new (virtual) footholds for knowledge production and be possible to exceed critical point. In this report we discuss the methods how to support such footholds for knowledge creation dispersing in global scale, clarify their course of growth, and attempt to make a knowledge connection between them. We also consider how such knowledge creation footholds related with each other, and the logic such as coexistence and an integration or rejection working between those new footholds and existing ones. The case adopted here is so called Sokal Affair which has been struggled between natural scientists and philosophers of science based on cultural studies.