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Rupert Sheldrake (morphogentic fields) TED talk banned

 
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You should watch banned everything. Why? Because something is banned means that TPTB are protecting some sacred cow.

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But what is consciousness is a fundamentally force, more fundamental than matter? Science denies that which is can not measure.
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You should watch banned everything. Why? Because something is banned means that TPTB are protecting some sacred cow.

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But what is consciousness is a fundamentally force, more fundamental than matter? Science denies that which is can not measure.
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Sheldrake is amazing - can't recommend this talk enough..
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The Science Delusion. :)
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Deserves a bump.

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There you go. Excellent!
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I believe Sheldrake found something very important. Morphogensis is the missing link. The mechanistic universe is dead.

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I believe Sheldrake found something very important. Morphogensis is the missing link. The mechanistic universe is dead.
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Mr Sheldrake knocked big pharma in this talk also...
Can't go upsetting the apple cart


TED now has over 100 million dollars in assets.

Pretty good for a 'foundation'

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Rupert Sheldrake is a great man. It would not hurt anyone to listen to him.
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Morphogenetic fields hypothesis is not science, since it's not testable. It's in the same catagory as the string theory. Both are elaborate, well-designed and internally self-consistent hypotheses, but since you can't test their predictions in the real, they're not strictly speaking scientific theories. You need experimental evidence to validate a hypothesis and turn it into a theory. Furthermore, the morphogenetic fields hypothesis fails to propose a mechanism by which the information is transfered. It's the same kind of handwaving as the "vibrations" or "harmonics" the New Age people are so fond of.

At best it's a phenomenological hypothesis/theory like thermodynamics: you make correlations between observed behavior and the environmental parameters without actually explaining how it works. At worst, it's just wishful thinking and falling for the "correlation means causality" fallacy. Even if it can be shown that there is a temporal correlation between discoveries, it doesn't mean that there must be a causal relationship between them.
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Very good vid. Learnt a lot
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I emailed Rupert and he replied. I love that there is a Cambridge PhD who has a response to Dawkins etc.
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Excellent.

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Morphogenetic fields hypothesis is not science, since it's not testable. It's in the same catagory as the string theory. Both are elaborate, well-designed and internally self-consistent hypotheses, but since you can't test their predictions in the real, they're not strictly speaking scientific theories. You need experimental evidence to validate a hypothesis and turn it into a theory. Furthermore, the morphogenetic fields hypothesis fails to propose a mechanism by which the information is transfered. It's the same kind of handwaving as the "vibrations" or "harmonics" the New Age people are so fond of.

At best it's a phenomenological hypothesis/theory like thermodynamics: you make correlations between observed behavior and the environmental parameters without actually explaining how it works. At worst, it's just wishful thinking and falling for the "correlation means causality" fallacy. Even if it can be shown that there is a temporal correlation between discoveries, it doesn't mean that there must be a causal relationship between them.
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