In Conversation with Rupert Sheldrake (E16)

rupert-sheldrake-2This podcast is a recording of a second conversation between me and Rupert Sheldrake, one of my favorite renegade scientists and the number one target of the defenders of scientific orthodoxy. He hardly needs any introduction, but I'll say he is prolific author and researcher with a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Cambridge University. As you will see, it is rather hard to dismiss him as a New Age airhead. I see him as an elder or a pioneer in the liberating of science from its metaphysical dogmas of reductionism and mechanistic materialism, and a true practitioner of the Scientific Method in its original humble spirit. I hope you'll enjoy the intellect and refinement of this man as much as I did.

Comments

  1. I am so deeply touched by this. The Story of the Shark and the little fish was exquisite. We need more people doing excellent work such as this.

  2. Thanks for sharing Sheldrakes’s ideas! Dear Charles I recommend to you the work of Graham Hancock whom you probably know. A discussion about the implications of the recent findings in Göbekli Tepe in Turkey and Gunung Padang in Indonesia might be highly appreciated by your listeneners.

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