Rupert Sheldrake interview 50 minutes. This is a lovely wide-ranging interview. It is simply a conversation with Rupert Sheldrake about his current research into telepathy and morphic resonance.
In 1981, biologist and biochemist Dr. Rupert Sheldrake introduced his hypothesis of “morphic fields”, which, in his opinion, serve as a kind of immaterial blueprint for any kind of form and structure in nature. For the last couple of decades, Sheldrake has been conducting a number of scientific studies, resulting in astounding evidence that his hypothesis is, in fact, true. Moreover, it turns out that telepathy – a phenomenon which Sheldrake also explains with morphic fields, happens much more often than previously assumed. In scientific tests with telephone calls, Sheldrake could show that the person who’s called knows who’s going to call even before the telephone rings, way above the level of statistical coincidence.