Does Nature Have A Hidden Memory? - Rupert Sheldrake | Modern Wisdom Podcast 379

Rupert Sheldrake PhD is a biologist and author best known for his hypothesis of Morphic Resonance.

Morphic Resonance is the idea of mysterious telepathy-type connections between organisms and of collective memories within species. Rupert has spent 30 years investigating and researching this phenomenon, much to the annoyance of the scientific community.

Expect to learn why it is that rats who are taught to escape from a maze have children who are able to escape it more quickly and why rats in other areas of the world learn to escape more quickly as well, why are dogs able to predict when their owner is coming home 15 minutes before they arrive at the house, how blue tits drowning in milk can be explained by Morphic Resonance and much more...

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00:00 Intro
00:38 Studying Nature’s Memory
08:33 Rupert’s Compelling Experiments
22:51 Morphic Resonance & Telepathy
28:51 Stress-Testing Accepted Theories
33:53 Genetics or Morphic Resonance?
52:48 How This Relates to Psychedelics
1:03:51 Where to Find Rupert


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