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The renowned biologist Rupert Sheldrake presents his recent findings, powerfully suggesting that part of us extends beyond our bod The renowned biologist Rupert Sheldrake presents his recent findings, powerfully suggesting that part of us extends beyond our bodies to make direct connection with the world around us. The presentation includes a video (filmed for television) showing the Nolan sisters.

Rupert Sheldrake is a British former biochemist and plant physiologist who now researches and writes on parapsychology and other controversial subjects. His books and papers stem from his theory of morphic resonance, and cover topics such as animal and plant development and behaviour, memory, telepathy and perception. In 2003, Sheldrake published The Sense of Being Stared At on the psychic staring effect, including an experiment where blindfolded subjects guessed whether persons were staring at them or at another target. He reported that, in tens of thousands of trials, the scores were consistently above chance (60%) when the subject was being stared at, but only 50% (random chance) when the subject was not being stared at. This suggested a weak sense of being stared at but no sense of not being stared at. He also claimed that these experiments were widely repeated, in schools in Connecticut and Toronto and a science museum in Amsterdam, with consistent results.
Video Rating: 4 / 5