Rupert Sheldrake is one of the world’s most innovative biologists—best known for his theory of morphogenetic fields explained with brilliant clarity in his new book, Morphic Resonance, which expands on the vision of a living, developing universe with its own inherent memory—passed on via living, organic and even inorganic matter. Rustum Roy and Alison Rose Levy talk with Rupert Sheldrake about how these transcendental forces are manifested in non-living, but especially in living systems—from communication among humans and dogs and between humans—to morphogenetic fields ‘causing’ learning from the Universal Information Field. Indeed, we want to empower our listeners to trust their own experience, especially over time and not be bluffed into believing the narrow-minded scientists who have used billions of public dollars on delusions of grandeur—DNA, gene therapy, genetic engineering. provides a wealth of intriguing data—the bedrock of science, and also participatory research opportunities.

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