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Rupert Sheldrake on Dynamic Patters in Water
12 June 2020, 2:06 PM
One of the most controversial scientists around—banned by the editors of Nature, for his book on morphic resonance, The Presence of the Past, —Dr Rupert Sheldrake gives some insights into the power of analogue for making dynamic patterns in water and thereby modelling biological forms. Watch it here on the About page of Genesis and Science group.
15 June 2020, 10:20 PM
Sheldrake – A Conscious Sun?
Like to view the biggest picture? Challenge accepted theories? Help solve big questions? Follow an informed discussion of clarity and relevance? If so, this video is for you.
If, like me, you also have gaps in many specialised areas of knowledge, but have friends who confidently use terms such as: beyond the brain, pan-psychic systems, quantum theory, morphic resonance, self organising systems, and pepper their conversations with reference to thinkers such as Plato, Leibnitz, Spinoza, Descartes, Newton and Whitehead, then expect to learn much about the debate between the universe being mechanical or purposeful.
Rupert Sheldrake covers the field historically, etymologically, and mythologically, with the humility of a scholar who understands the difference between lecturing and teaching. Quite outstanding!