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February 05 2013

Rupert Sheldrake at EU 2013 - Science Set Free

Category:  Lectures And Conversations

Many scientists like to think that science already understands the ways of the natural world. The fundamental questions are answered, leaving only the details to be filled in. The impressive achievements of science seemed to support this confident attitude. But recent research has revealed unexpected problems at the heart of physics, cosmology, biology, medicine and psychology.

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  • I`ve been watching, and researching a lot on many things, mainly in science, and other such topics and became heavily depressed by the likes of Dawkins, and then I found this man by chance and it`s so nice to listen to someone of his calibre be so open minded and have such knowledge on what he talks about, I do hope people like this, is part of the future.

    // 2013-02-04 19:15:18 // //
  • Great talk. The opening lines eloquently sum up the problem at the heart of science today. All the dogma derives from the mistaken belief that we already understand almost everything, save for dotting a few `i`s and crossing a few `t`s. However, nature is not a dumb machine.

    // 2013-01-22 08:32:58 // //



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  • You have got to be kidding. This guy`s an idiot. Read what other scientists - the real ones doing real research - think of him, not what others of his own ilk think.

    Malachi // 2014-03-09 09:03:04 // //
  • W0W! 

    Angela Sanchez
    // 2013-02-23 23:23:30 // //
  • Without what?

    // 2013-02-22 01:56:58 // //
  • Intellectual phase locking. lmao

    Tony Malone
    // 2013-02-21 10:58:04 // //
  • Wonder who wants to live without it. Thumbs up

    Tony Malone
    // 2013-02-21 10:46:50 // //
  • Atheists are materialistic idiots who are mostly just band-wagoning a short-sighted human ideology; although I do agree there is no such thing as a judeo-christian deity, which itself stole and corrupted from older pagan beliefs from sumeria, egypt, and the druids. I believe many historical figures who didn`t believe in a hierarchical male deity in the sky concept were purposely labeled atheistic, and the whole agenda behind atheism is to continue a newer dichotomy against the dying religions.

    Vex T
    // 2013-02-16 17:44:26 // //
  • Rupert Sheldrake will definitely be remembered for his stance on this science delusional no doubt. His 10 dogmas were all great, and really, it simply reiterates most of what the ancients used to practice and knew themselves. Thanks for the upload.

    Vex T
    // 2013-02-16 17:16:31 // //
  • Looking back, it seems that in 1874 hardly ANYTHING at all had been discovered!! lol

    // 2013-02-16 08:17:37 // //
  • About Max Planck (wikipedia): The Munich physics professor Philipp von Jolly advised Planck against going into physics, saying, "in this field, almost everything is already discovered, and all that remains is to fill a few holes." That was in the year 1874.... then came Quantum Mechanics, then came the discovery of protons, then came Einsteins theory of special & general relativity... then came the idea of the big bang, then came quarks, then came chaos theory, then came strings etc etc etc...

    // 2013-02-16 08:16:02 // //
  • ruperts ideas are great, and a nice contrast to the dogmatic materialist view

    // 2013-02-15 18:05:28 // //
  • Lectures like this one changes my views on the world. It is a great feeling to learn more about life.

    James Powell
    // 2013-02-12 21:52:32 // //
  • This guy helped me a lot, i was getting a lot of abuse from atheists and to be honest i wasn`t sure how to handle it, fallacious bullies i call them, now since reading this book I feel more than able to handle them.

    Liam L
    // 2013-02-12 12:56:35 // //
  • The idea of conducting a world-wide challenge to uncover the truth in these potential discrepancies of scientific dogma is a good one. My concern is that sith the possibility of learning something of such relevance there isn`t someone in the world, or at least a consortium of truth seekers, perhaps those of like-mind such as yourself and Deepak, that couldn`t come up with $1,000,000. My only source of income is my monthly Social Security disability check, and I Myself, would be most willing to put up $1,000 as a contribution toward that end. Please comment. Maybe we could generate some traction.

    Rhonda Richardson // 2013-02-11 15:11:26 // //
  • An amazing mind and an intriguing glad to have found Dr Rupert Sheldrake!

    // 2013-02-10 18:15:10 // //
  • to the people who fought back against this garbage post, i salute you all.

    Conor Sweeney // 2013-02-10 02:51:11 // //
  • The producers of this clip need to know that the Cloze Captioning is way off. The meaning is entirely different/wrong from what the speaker is saying. I hope they can change it quickly so that the hearing impaired are not reading this very far off from correct Captioning! I am currently unemployed and an excellent typist. I think they should hire me to do their captioning! If it is a computer that is doing it, then, wow, that computer needs some major re-programming!!

    Sarah W.
    // 2013-02-09 22:18:46 // //
  • Sheldrake is a wonderful tonic to the toxic reductive materialist dogma that dominates the sciences today. I bought his recent book about dogma in science and it is one of the best of its kind I have had the pleasure of studying. Highly recommended; especially of you are interested in intellectual history and the philosophy of science. All materialists should read it and consider their prejudice in light of its arguments.

    DavidWalshireland // 2013-02-09 19:30:41 // //
  • Deepak Chopra is an undeservedly rich snake-oil peddler who babbles meaningless "quantum mechanics" mumbo jumbo. -- Sean Faircloth, Director of Strategy & Policy.

    Ed Erasmus // 2013-02-07 08:41:39 // //
  • Deepak chopra the grand daddy of horse **** I am surprised people pay idiots like you..

    Bhaskar Patnaik // 2013-02-06 20:48:26 // //
  • Wonderful talk, and such and important topic. Science should be open to a full range of questions and hypotheses when they are at least a reasonable fit for all available data> business-as-usual science refuses to ask questions about - or examine data - which threatens accepted theory.

    Marcus T. Anthony
    // 2013-02-06 19:09:42 // //
  • What a load of complete claptrap mumbo jumbo! The only thing more insulting than you are the idiots who believe this nonsense!

    Matt Hodnett // 2013-02-06 18:51:43 // //
  • really? science without religion is a mistake? that's like saying knowledge without ignorance is a mistable? what utter nonsense..just more blah blah blah stupidity from DC and his gullible followers

    Jonathan Testi // 2013-02-06 16:16:18 // //
  • This guy is just peddling absolute garbage...if you believe and pay for this non-sense you deserve to be ripped off....douche

    Ryan Stubbs // 2013-02-06 15:39:17 // //
  • Science can and most certainly does exist without the need for "religion". Science builds on existing knowlege using testable theories, it is not faith-based. No "blind faith" is necessary to explain science - unless a theory can be tested or otherwise supported by independent experiments, it is quickly discarded. " My Theory is correct because it is the Word of God " said no scientist. Ever. Famous scientists from earlier times may well have been religious, but keep in mind that for much of the last thousand-years of European history the reality of declaring yourself as an "athiest" would have lead in short order to a nice bonfire with yourself tied to the center log. And even scientists who could demonstrate that the teachings of religion were wrong were threatened with execution or at least excommunication. Think Galilelo, Coppernicus, etc. Thou Shalt Not Go Against Religious Teachings has been a HUGE roadblock across the road of science and understanding. The quest to understand our world and universe may be driven by an underlying spirituality, a wonder at the beauty and immensity of this reality we inhabit. BUT science does not rely on faith or the existence of some unprovable being to support itself. And I do make a distinction between religion and spirituality. Religion is an organized belief system with self-contained myths and stories. Spirituality is a personal questing for an understanding of self and the Universe - it may grow from a religion or may exist independent of any religion. So please, save the "religion is necessary to explain the things we don't yet understand". Science may not ever explain where the universe came from or where it is going, but religion is never going to invent an automobile or cure an infection.

    Robert Doode // 2013-02-06 15:03:56 // //
  • I was playing with the Deepak quote generator, and got this solid gold nugget: "The secret of the universe embraces irrational reality." I think that is something he would actually say, and people would take to heart, and think him deep.

    Scott Fecher // 2013-02-06 15:02:53 // //
  • That's the wonder of science... its falsifiable. Any scientist that claims to know all the answers is not a true scientist. Once again, science itself is not the problem, its personality that gets in the way.

    Ambrose Jubert // 2013-02-06 14:46:48 // //
  • Please have attention to one thing. See all the scientists who made difference. Galleu, Einstein, Newton, DA Vinci. They have one thing in comun, they all are very religious. Science without religion is a mistake. Without religion, there are no understanding. Developing a teory we use racionality, but to discover we use intuition and intuition in base of the understanding of nature.

    Ana Paula Filipe // 2013-02-06 14:22:46 // //
  • what a gross misunderstanding of science :(

    Shelby Hensley // 2013-02-06 14:08:05 // //
  • Science is driven by doubts in the findings of others and that is what leads to the discovery of new things. Without science we would still be living on a flat world just ask any christian. But I guess that bronze age books scientific understanding is so much better ... like the reference to snails that melt or all flying insects that walk on all fours and it goes on to say. "There are, however, some winged creatures that walk on all fours that you may eat: those that have jointed legs for hopping on the ground. 22 Of these you may eat any kind of locust, katydid, cricket or grasshopper. 23 But all other winged creatures that have four legs you are to detest." Interesting facts ... I wonder what happened to the descendants of Pegasus or why we never see any griffin around today as the god given writers knowledge must have been referring to animals like this so cant be wrong.

    Jason Annis // 2013-02-06 13:11:46 // //
  • funny how this has like less than 1k likes and REAL SCIENCE websites and stuff have way more, great point dude great point. You're nothing more than an ignorant man trying to make a point on God's existence which is futile in today's society.

    Carmen Eleonor // 2013-02-06 12:52:44 // //
  • Science changes with knowledge and forces religion to change or appear outmoded and ignorant. If your religion is unable to embrace what can be proven to be true then there is something wrong with your religious beliefs. Some sciences are in their infancy, such as meteorology and this global climate change, but so many things have been proven to be incontrovertible facts that we no longer think of it as science. Much like the science that went into producing antibiotics. Do you doubt that science? Stop attacking science as it is the only way to discover the truth.

    Tony Beavers // 2013-02-06 12:34:01 // //
  • Biology has learned much of the how and why; yet even if there are some "unexpected problems" (If anyone could list them I would like that); to assuage unexpected problems by swallowing "knowledge" via faith; is one very huge and weak willed cope out. Mass delusion is still delusion.

    Richard Getty // 2013-02-06 11:23:57 // //
  • the most open minded philosophy on the planet! Those who say there IS a god have closed their mind to the possibility that there IS NOT a god. Science must stay agnostic, as there is no evidence for any god(s). Nor can an experiment be designed to test the existence of god. We don't know, we cannot know, even if most don't know it.

    Richard Getty // 2013-02-06 11:17:27 // //
  • Actually, they DO say, "Why?" and then they proceed to try and understand it. Hence the existence of medical research facilities working on cures for cancer. Science is, by definition, open-minded.

    Graidon Mabson // 2013-02-06 10:52:36 // //
  • Scientist maybe don`t think that know everything, but think that what they don`t know is a crazyness of the Universe. There are 2 ways of thinking. Believe that there are no proposit in Universe and everything is uncasual, ore there are a cause for everything in Universe. The simple fact that when a scientist didnt undeerstand something and says it`s crazy (see cancer), that is a prove that they think they know everything. They don`t say, WHY? They say It`s wrong. (sory for my english)

    Ana Paula Filipe // 2013-02-06 10:19:06 // //
  • I call bullshit on this book and its author and Deepak Chopra, who is a fraud.

    Craig Bryant // 2013-02-06 10:17:40 // //
  • This is the nature of science; it does not give us answers, it puts up questions until such time as they can be dismissed. As long as the question stands, we hold by it. Afterwards, we discard it.

    Philip Bishop // 2013-02-06 09:36:15 // //
  • Very informative Page on "Dharma"

    Tutan Khaman // 2013-02-06 09:26:27 // //
  • Nuh uh Arpotu, it's the potentiality of the universe realizing itself into quantum expression and expressing it's intuitive destiny with exponential consciousness. I should write a book.

    Mike Page // 2013-02-06 09:05:10 // //
  • please note that the technology you are using to post these comments was brought to you by scientists.

    Arpotu Omniverse // 2013-02-06 08:59:26 // //
  • Man.. I didn't believe it at first, but this guy is seriously a idiot.. Scientists don't believe they know everything about the natural world. Show us the evidence that your statement is true. Back it up. I don't think you can. Let me leave this page. I can feel my IQ trying to go down because of all the brainwashed and ignorance that spews on this page. Sad.

    Skyre Draneth // 2013-02-06 08:57:31 // //

    Mike Page // 2013-02-06 08:57:31 // //
  • I'd believe mystical bullshit over solid science and clear rational thought any day!

    Rich Leighton // 2013-02-06 08:47:17 // //
  • What Sarah said. You're spouting nonsense and even more surprisingly, people are buying into it!

    Lee Sutton // 2013-02-06 08:35:46 // //
  • I don't know any scientists who say we already understand the natural world. That statement makes no sense as science uses empiricism to test hypotheses, and never says it cannot change when new information is gained. Teaching people to be anti-science is irresponsible and promoting pseudoscience above science does not make you wise, it makes you backward.

    Sarah McCloud // 2013-02-06 08:23:08 // //
  • I've been reading Rupert for 20 years since his Greening of Science and God book...such an awesome mind!

    Pati L Peever Watson // 2013-02-06 06:11:43 // //
  • Questioning constants <3 <3 <3

    Annika Debes Jørgensen // 2013-02-06 05:29:39 // //
  • I bought The Science Delusion a few weeks ago, one of the best books I've read, it encourages us to question assumptions and helps bring consciousness back into science. wow wee.

    Emma Spain // 2013-02-06 03:36:30 // //
  • I'm reading Amit Goswami's 'The Self Aware Universe' and he also has a beautiful philosophy that stresses the primacy of consciousness to reality. It's enchanting to hear physicists uniting material reality with the subtle reality of being. One ceases to feel split inside between subjective and objective truths. They compliment each other.

    Galxia Cores // 2013-02-05 23:36:01 // //
  • Would love to have lunch with this brilient and funny Man.

    Nancy O'Brien // 2013-02-05 22:03:17 // //
  • I think the Amygdala and brain calcification is the most important. The Amygdala and calcified memories I believe hold us in states. Fear in that organ produce reactions. Fear is like a drug. When we speak with people, the Amygdala can cause results that we aren't aware is of from childhood. It holds the key....vitaimin k/D studies are important.

    Mary Ofstead // 2013-02-05 21:22:24 // //
  • mindful matter. : )

    Janice Luft // 2013-02-05 20:58:07 // //
  • So, E=mc2 +/- a little bit. I like it.

    logicresearch // 2013-02-05 20:33:54 // //
  • We don't even know what we don't know. There is always something new to learn out there. Our current theories and models are flawed but they just work, that is how science works, someone will discover something new that changes the theories and models in the future. The process is continual.

    Norman G. King // 2013-02-05 20:21:42 // //
  • 10 dogmas, and instead of fudging the new term is? Yes, I will watch again because I was greatly informed and amused.

    Vanessa Monague // 2013-02-05 20:13:00 // //
  • We are much more than cardinal, physical "material"

    Richard Donato // 2013-02-05 19:54:50 // //
  • And attributes

    Richard Donato // 2013-02-05 19:53:09 // //
  • So awe inspiring, and yes.....even closer to the truth of our primal characteristics

    Richard Donato // 2013-02-05 19:52:51 // //
  • How can scientists really understand the ways of the natural world, unless they are spiritually aware of course x

    Angie Hughes // 2013-02-05 19:50:11 // //
  • I have been aware of him for about 12 years now, when I first heard about Family Constellation. I'm in the possession of a video where he discusses his observation. I believe one is Bert Hellinger (I may be wrong now, I have them not near me now - no more video recorder) and the other one is a known American who also does Family Therapy (like Hellinger) . Mr. Sheldrake talks about the "Morphic field".... I have been thinking about 'this field' every so often....Yeah. I will watch this youtube presentation in a little while. Thank you very much for posting this.

    Hilu Gander-Ludlow // 2013-02-05 19:46:23 // //
  • I love that he has an open-mind to science and especially to the fact the 'constants' do change mathematically like the stock market. Very good speech. I liked it very much, and I think on the same level.

    Katherine Riebe // 2013-02-05 19:40:13 // //
  • Thank for you post,dear Depak=divine

    Barbara Tomczak // 2013-02-05 19:13:30 // //
  • that can pass through a sieve so-achieving scientists, and then connect them with the divine fluid.

    Barbara Tomczak // 2013-02-05 19:12:49 // //
  • A short conversation with a cancer patient will quickly set you straight as to how much we still need to learn

    Jose A. Briones // 2013-02-05 19:11:54 // //
  • Any study of the world ..... well .... let it be ... but let's look at it-how far they have come and the degradation-committed .... So? .....

    Barbara Tomczak // 2013-02-05 19:10:43 // //
  • <3 <3 Yes! <3

    Positivity: Words to Live by // 2013-02-05 19:09:48 // //
  • MASTER!!! :)

    Engels Aguirre // 2013-02-05 19:08:04 // //
  • There is still so much to learn. Life is a long learning process from birth to death. And yes, even scientists do not have all the answers nor do religious persons of different faiths. However, I would like to say that metaphysics, cosmology and biology are sure fascinating subjects to discuss along with spiritual enlightenment.

    Katherine Riebe // 2013-02-05 19:06:27 // //
  • Thank you Info

    Mariann Boda Toth // 2013-02-05 19:04:36 // //
  • 12:10 lol!

    // 2013-02-05 18:36:05 // //
  • exactly ;) Protons are mass without protons there is no mass ;)

    // 2013-02-05 13:40:50 // //
  • science originally was set up to refute religious dogma`s. Unfortunately science now has created its own dogma`s in the same way as religion did....And so evolution has filled in a new cycle where the ouroboros has bitten its own tail. Spirituality is becoming the next dogmatic subject...........

    // 2013-02-05 12:31:13 // //
  • I`ve been watching, and researching a lot on many things, mainly in science, and other such topics and became heavily depressed by the likes of Dawkins, and then I found this man by chance and it`s so nice to listen to someone of his calibre be so open minded and have such knowledge on what he talks about, I do hope people like this, is part of the future.

    // 2013-02-04 19:15:18 // //
  • You are going to be regognized as the "Father" of a dominant "new way of thinking" one day, like almost all of the great "minds", mr Sheldrake. And I m pretty sure of that.

    // 2013-02-03 02:57:03 // //
  • I like how you describe the modern times as the dark ages, as a 25 year old that`s how I feel today is like. He is a great mind, with great thinking.

    // 2013-01-31 20:10:54 // //
  • Excellent Rupert!! 

    Giles Hardwick
    // 2013-01-31 07:39:30 // //
  • a foremost thinker in modern new dark age. Also look at his talks with Krishnamurti in the 70s... this is part of the `secret`. Nobody wants you to believe that such mysteries are possible - and most medical mechanistic values are actually limiting you to stay sick or on anti-depressants or whatever. Note I say "stay" on drugs as sometimes they are miraculously helpful... enjoy

    Joseph Ierano BSc DC BCAO
    // 2013-01-31 02:23:52 // //
  • Be careful you don`t confuse mass, a property of matter, with matter itself. The m in e=mc^2 is mass.

    // 2013-01-30 19:40:32 // //
  • Is it possible that Rupert is the only person who has questioned the idea that physical constants are constant? How refreshing..... and very entertaining.

    Simon Thorpe
    // 2013-01-30 09:48:03 // //
  • Free Energy Nitinol Heat Machines invented in the early 1970

    // 2013-01-30 00:44:51 // //
  • it`s incredible to think that Rupert is 70!

    // 2013-01-29 10:09:51 // //
  • exactly it is rather sort of energy... E=mc2 => m=E/C2 It means that if you have enough energy and you will make good conditions (make energy to be spherical like heliosphere) you are able to build matter (PROTONS). Think about it!

    // 2013-01-28 06:08:36 // //
  • This man is my new hero! Though I have heard a lot about his Morphic Resonance Theory from reading Robert Anton Wilson. I will be reading more from Rupert Sheldrake, as he throws up so many thoughts I myself have wondered about what Wilson refers establishment science to as`The New Inquisition`

    // 2013-01-28 00:10:22 // //
  • Interesting lecture. The hypothesis of morphic resonance, as proposed, reveals exponential possibilities to the world as we know.

    Darrell Rose
    // 2013-01-27 10:57:10 // //
  • Very informative and he`s actually VERY FUNNY. Going on to Part 2

    // 2013-01-26 13:07:35 // //
  • Thanks Pete for Rupert Sheldrake!

    Timothy Drake
    // 2013-01-26 03:44:01 // //
  • Fantastic - a REAL search for truth.

    // 2013-01-25 22:20:14 // //
  • It`s great to listen again to this amazing conference. The energy was fantastic and thanks to youtube for allowing many to receive tremendous knowledge.

    // 2013-01-25 20:02:05 // //
  • We could also have above unity derivatives.....excellent. He is brilliant....but naive in thinking the elites would permit above unity devices to be developed publicly. Not a chance.

    // 2013-01-24 20:25:26 // //
  • The idea of a prize for an above unity device would never be permitted by the elites. Not because they dont believe such a device is possible; but because they dont want such a device to be possible. Free energy would not be in their interests.

    // 2013-01-24 20:23:12 // //
  • Yeh Nassim is amazing. According to Nassim the sun is a blackhole that functions as a time/space portal to any other star system. Apparently that`s how the gods got here long ago. The ark of the covenant fell off the back of one of their space ships. Wow! Nasseim really is a genius; not :)

    // 2013-01-24 20:21:30 // //
  • There is something Ptolemaic about the tricks theoretical physicists get up to. Great to hear Skeldrake point it out.

    // 2013-01-24 20:13:33 // //
  • Excellent !!!!  :)

    William Leonard
    // 2013-01-24 19:27:03 // //
  • There is no constant, the religious subscription to this was a denial of the actual measuring and the misinterpretation by an Idiot Pawn Saint known as Einstein. There were measurements for light kinetically and magnetically due to the breakdown of the carrier for their translation, before him and he took them to be one speed, ever since it`s been bullshit intellectual phase-lock cover-up. Academia is a glass ceiling of control by bankers, the Nobel prize is bs as well to legitimize the lies.

    // 2013-01-24 16:02:57 // //
  • There is no science against astrology. Only nonsense theories by zealots projecting narcissism. Everything within a system effects every other part of the system.

    // 2013-01-24 15:37:47 // //
  • Open minded...!! With feeling, with heart and intelectual logic. See also Nassim Haramein :)

    // 2013-01-24 05:23:23 // //
  • Simply brilliant, tx from Germany.

    // 2013-01-24 00:36:08 // //
  • If you really look at how electricity and therefore electro magnetism work in the Universe, you`ll see that everything is interrelating via electromagnetic fields. This can be seen right down to the quantum level where electric cohesion holds the whole picture together. Therefore planets and stars can interact with living cells since the force which drives one drives all. Why not change your parameters as to what "scientific" means?

    // 2013-01-24 00:21:39 // //
  • So... the changing constants indicating different qualities of time sounds like scientific evidence for astrology and the like... Just saying.

    // 2013-01-23 21:16:18 // //
  • I`m starting to fall-in-Love with science again...thank God!

    // 2013-01-23 20:10:41 // //
  • Awesome video. He is now one of my favorite speakers.

    // 2013-01-23 07:59:10 // //
  • An excellent and thought provoking lecture that one comes to expect from Dr. Sheldrake. It is extremely encouraging to see prestigious scientists like Sheldrake identifying these fundamental issues with science from within the system. HIs use of simple experiments and the scientific method to resolve these usually taboo subjects is very powerful.

    thomas wilson
    // 2013-01-23 06:05:05 // //
  • i so appreciate how freely you provide your materials. that, perhaps, may help us break through the dogmas but more than that... for those who have ears, let them hear the truth!

    // 2013-01-23 00:21:43 // //
  • Applause.

    // 2013-01-22 23:56:57 // //
  • Those individuals that you speak off might be having a difficulty understanding what you mean when you say "just like us." I know of people who think that their (human) neighbours are not like themselves at all -- oh no! To love, understand and help life, or other life, is a beautiful thing.

    // 2013-01-22 23:33:38 // //
  • Most religious people that i have talked to they deny the fact that animals are just like us! They might not be as smart but still they are capable of problemsolving and they all have emotions!

    // 2013-01-22 22:38:39 // //
  • No this is not true. In actual fact, most religions from the time of ancient man have recognized that all living things have some level of sentience, thought and emotions. You likely have in mind the new religions of the Judeo-Christian variety.

    // 2013-01-22 22:05:48 // //
  • Rupert Sheldrake here does achieve a lucid discourse of the dark corner in which enforced consensus "science" finds itself in today. And he does an admirable job of pointing out from whom and when the "fudges" and fixed ideas (scientific dogmas), came. He also does well to provide us the factual fruits of his researches. And I am thankful that he (Dr Sheldrake), did not seek to abuse his responsibilities at the EU/PU lectern (by pushing or selling his morphics theory whatever its actual merits.)

    // 2013-01-22 22:02:59 // //
  • we`re still only about a million years old, wait till we`re a billion years old, like many of our e.t. brothers

    // 2013-01-22 21:09:17 // //
  • Your blowin` my mind man....Thanks for uploading.

    // 2013-01-22 21:00:56 // //
  • i love my dog, he`s my best friend. You are talking out the wrong end. Thanks.

    // 2013-01-22 20:21:26 // //
  • You would think that religious people would recognize animals for having intellect and emotions but no they all view them like they view solid matter!

    // 2013-01-22 19:48:25 // //
  • Thank you for more fine work, fare play with great intent. We will do this as we have to. Much Love & Peace 0ut.

    // 2013-01-22 17:09:22 // //
  • Thanks so much. Love this info, Blessings to All.

    // 2013-01-22 16:53:17 // //
  • Get regular updates on all of the work The Thunderbolts Project is doing at the official Facebook page, at /thunderboltsproject

    // 2013-01-22 16:07:42 // //
  • It is so exciting to be alive and a witness to this quantum leap in human consciousness.

    Rob Crouse
    // 2013-01-22 15:25:22 // //
  • Excellent! 

    // 2013-01-22 15:10:56 // //
  • if you dont upload part 2 right now im likely to do something rather silly and embarrass myself so please hurry up lol.

    // 2013-01-22 15:05:49 // //
  • Funny and brilliant! Thanks Thunderbolts.

    Donald Wells
    // 2013-01-22 14:00:15 // //
  • Simply brilliant. Both the ideas and the presentation.

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  • When will the DVD be available?

    // 2013-01-22 13:16:40 // //
  • Harris County Precinct 4 tell KPRC News that a shooting occurred at Lone Star College`s North Harris campus shortly after 12 noon local time on Tuesday. Authorities have yet to give a number in terms of subjects or victims, but deputy constables say they have at least one person detained.

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  • (...Continued...) Three: There is a particle or what ever, which some what works with the theory of relativity and which some what explains the expansional paterns that the redshift supposedly shows. What ever laternative that is right, the third one is not proven. As long as the so called dark energy isnt proven to exist, the redshift will be the dissprover of einsteins theory of relativity.

    // 2013-01-22 12:47:52 // //
  • Excellent presentation.pioneers like Sheldrake ,hopefully, will be successful at dissolving the stone wall our scientific academia has entrenched so firmly for centuries. We can`t go any further until these quantum barriers are dissolved.the same applies to all branches of our sciences.

    scatt gordon
    // 2013-01-22 12:47:46 // //
  • (...Continued...) which means that it contradicts to the theory of relativity. Now we have three possible options... One: Redshift can be caused by a nother reason than just the movement of a lightsource, which would make the redshift in space cease to work as proof for the expanding universe. Two: The universe is expanding faster and faster because einstein was wrong. (To be continued...)

    // 2013-01-22 12:47:39 // //
  • Its fun how the redshift theory dissproves einsteins theory of relativity. When people talk about it, they often tend to talk about einsteins theory of relativity and the big bang theory as two completly different theories, when they actualy are interconected and dependent on each other. The redshift of the stars and galaxies are explained as if the universe is expanding faster than the theory of relativity permits, not only that but it allso expands faster with time... (To be continued...)

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  • freaking amazing!

    // 2013-01-22 12:34:04 // //
  • "give us one free miracle and we`ll explain the rest". what a fantastic quote.

    // 2013-01-22 12:26:22 // //
  • Systemic thinking build on fixed dogmas is doomed to expire, it will erode by the flow and change of time. Thank you Thunderbolts!

    Franky K
    // 2013-01-22 12:22:00 // //
  • we will find out nothing by pretending it is fixed..what a meal to share

    // 2013-01-22 12:18:12 // //
  • Its actually quite surprising constants are considered so fixed for some things in physics when according to conventional physics time and space can be warped and altered. The question would come how to alter them artificially? Now that would be fun. And also perhaps mater is much more stable than we think if it can survive altered constants. Perhaps it is fine tuned by an evolutionary process. Interesting. 

    // 2013-01-22 12:01:30 // //
  • Brilliant, lucid and superbly entertaining. Thank you Thunderbolts! 

    Tom Breidenbach
    // 2013-01-22 10:15:39 // //
  • I`ll be back tomorrow for part 2 =) You know nothing , Challenge everything.

    Olivier Moreau
    // 2013-01-22 10:06:44 // //
  • Excellent presentation. Can`t wait for tomorrow to watch the second part. Fits exactly into many theories I`ve had for years, and the rhetoric that I`ve received from others.

    // 2013-01-22 09:54:37 // //
  • This is so much more entertaining than pop culture

    Rob Herman
    // 2013-01-22 09:10:32 // //
  • what is the difference in the physical constants with respect to the amount or variations of conciousness. Do the constants change with a decrease of population such as wars that take a large toll of life?

    // 2013-01-22 08:53:04 // //
  • The Best Scientist to come from Cambridge since Newton.

    // 2013-01-22 08:43:37 // //
  • PLEASE NOTE: PART 2 of Dr. Sheldrake`s conference presentation will be posted on this channel on Wednesday, January 23, 2013

    // 2013-01-22 08:40:48 // //
  • Great talk. The opening lines eloquently sum up the problem at the heart of science today. All the dogma derives from the mistaken belief that we already understand almost everything, save for dotting a few `i`s and crossing a few `t`s. However, nature is not a dumb machine.

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