I just listened to one of the world's most leading edge scientists state the bleeding obvious for two hours: telepathy exists between living creatures and science doesn't know how it works.
I got invited by a friend with academic pretensions, sorry, I meant qualifications. It was great to see Sheldrake. I've long admired him. But after awhile I couldn't believe the pig-headed obtuseness of the academic fraternity. They lined up to take potshots at him, that c*nt Dawkins included.
Can't prove it? Can't exist.
Look at the evidence. Must be flawed.
What are these people like? Where's their sense of wonder? Example after example Sheldrake offered up, survey after survey. And then I went outside for a smoke and there were all these young people, students, expressing their scepticism too - like little parrots.
Believe who refuse to believe the evidence of their own eyes and ears because it doesn't correlate with established scientific dogma.
I dedicate this record to them (especially the first minute):