Rupert Sheldrake on why science has become a pseudoscience

Rupert Sheldrake, is a biologist, author, and researcher, best known for his theory of morphic fields and morphic resonance. He worked as a biochemist and cell biologist at Cambridge University. He has written many books on science, spirituality, and morphic resonance which is a process whereby self-organizing systems inherit a memory from previous similar systems. In its most general formulation, morphic resonance means that the so-called laws of nature are more like habits and memory is inherent in nature. 






Lyrics to the song that was inspired by the interview:


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Centuries of science, have given us the answers 
We know matter's unconscious 
We can show evolution's purposeless 
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The only reality's material reality 

There's just one part that's hazy, that bit at the beginning 
How all mass and energy, came into being 
And the laws that govern all of existence 
Appeared at once, in a single instant, from nothing... 
We just need 

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One free miracle 
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The B part of the Bang 
Give us this one free miracle 
For our theories to hang 
Only this one free miracle 
We can explain the rest 
We need just one free miracle 
All else we can test 

We're all on the same page, from Dawkin to Hawking 
Intellectual phase-locking  
Fundamental constants, must never change 
We average results out so they stay the same 

Ditto to the dark stuff, we add and subtract 
"Conservation of energy" must remain intact 
Science is settled, without an almighty 
So now we restrict, the areas of enquiry 
To the details 


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Nature is mechanistic 
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Unexplained phenomenons are illusory 

Get it through your head - your mind's in your body 
Biological inheritance is only through your genes 
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