Morphic Resonance and Telephone Telepathy with Rupert Sheldrake (Part 1)

In Part 1, Ilia and Robert interview biologist and author Rupert Sheldrake about his most well-known concept, morphic resonance and his studies in human telepathy. They discuss the ideals of scientific inquiry, and what impact his ideas might have on everyday life if they were more broadly accepted by the scientific community.

About Rupert Sheldrake

“Science at its best is an open-minded method of inquiry, not a belief system.”

Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author of more than 90 scientific papers and nine books, and the co-author of six books. His books have been published in 28 languages. He was among the top 100 Global Thought Leaders for 2013, as ranked by the Duttweiler Institute, Zurich, Switzerland’s leading think tank. For ten years running he has been recognized as one of the “most spiritually influential living people in the world” by Watkins Mind Body Spirit magazine. His work has been featured in many magazines, newspapers and broadcast media, including New Scientist, The Guardian, Discover magazine, The Spectator, The Washington Post, Die Zeit and on BBC radio and television.

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