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Topic - Rupert Sheldrake
"Should science be a fundamentalist belief system? Or should it be based on open-minded inquiry into the unknown?" So asks prolific author Rupert Sheldrake, a former fellow of Clare College at Cambridge University, where he was director of studies in cell biology and was a research fellow of the Royal Society.
A hypothesized phenomena such as "morphic resonance," which Mr. Sheldrake describes in lucid detail, helps to explain how the mind is related to the brain by a combination of sophisticated influences.