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The Universal Organism

By Rupert Sheldrake and Jeffrey Mishlove on Jul 7, 2016

Sheldrake's theory that the Universe is a living, evolving, intelligent organism synthesizes the warring views of creationists and evolutionary theorists while avoiding Biblical fundmentalism and secular materialism in favor of post-Newtonian scientific spirituality.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: morphogenetic fields, new science, universal organism

Morphic Fields: Nature's Memory & Templates for Growth

By Rupert Sheldrake on Apr 6, 2015

The habits of nature depend on non-local similarity reinforcement. Through morphic resonance, the patterns of activity in self-organizing systems are influenced by similar patterns in the past, giving each species and each kind of self-organizing system a collective memory.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: morphogenetic fields, new science, universal organism

Synthetic Life? Not By a Long Shot!

By Dr. Mae-Wan Ho on Nov 5, 2010

Potential benefits of synthetic biology can only be realised if it is kept in the public domain, and no patents are granted for putative “synthetic organisms” that should remain strictly contained and confined in the laboratory unless and until proven safe for health and the environment.
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Category: Global News
Tags: new science

Skeptical about Climate Change Skeptics

By Dr. Mae-Wan Ho on Jan 27, 2010

Is Earth warming or cooling? One thing we are completely convinced of: human action is effective in exacerbating or mitigating climate change. The choice and responsible are both ours. We need an open and transparent science to help us make the right choice and implement the appropriate solutions.
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Category: Global News
Tags: environmental crisis/solutions, new science

The Unbearable Brightness of Being Right

By Rupert Sheldrake on Feb 4, 2006

Visionary scientist Rupert Sheldrake takes issue with a new book by Daniel Dennett that equates mysticism with fundamentalist religious fanaticism and makes a case for rational atheism.
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Category: Global News
Tags: new science, romantic love

Gosh, I Was Just Thinking About You

By Rupert Sheldrake on Mar 6, 2005

Visonary scientist Rupert Sheldrake argues the case for telepathy in this new article.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: new science, telepathy/ESP

Mind, Memory and Archetype, Part I

By Rupert Sheldrake on Aug 15, 2004

The universe is more like an organism than a machine. The Big Bang recalls the mythic stories of the hatching of the cosmic egg: it grows, and as it grows it is more like a gigantic cosmic embryo than the huge eternal machine of mechanistic theory.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: morphogenetic fields, new science, universal organism

Mind, Memory & Archetype, Part II

By Rupert Sheldrake on Aug 15, 2004

Rupert Sheldrake explores the role of morphogenic fields in manifestations of collective consciousness -- animal behavior,social networks, human religious rituals, and the conventional wisdom of crowds.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: morphogenetic fields, new science, universal organism

Mind Memory & Archetype, Part III

By Rupert Sheldrake on Aug 15, 2004

Is the mind located in the brain or is consciousness a field phenomenon? Is consciousness a byproduct of brain chemistry or does mind - and soul --exist both within and outside our bodies? Here are some experiments you can do at home to explore the nature of consciousness.
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Category: Health & Healing
Tags: morphogenetic fields, new science, universal organism

Structure of the Universe

By James Bertolino on Jul 11, 2004

James Bertolino's latest cosmic nature poem, to help you contemplate our Loving Universe.
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Category: Global News
Tags: new science, poetry, unity consciousness, universal organism

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