Rupert Sheldrake: the ‘heretic’ at odds with scientific dogma

Feb 13, 2012 by

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Rupert Sheldrake has researched telepathy in dogs, crystals and Chinese medicine in his quest to explore phenomena that science finds hard to explain It is not often, in liberal north London, that you come face to face with a heretic, but Rupert heldrake has worn that mantle, pretty cheerfully, for 30 years now.

 

Sitting in his book-lined study, overlooking Hampstead Heath, he appears a highly unlikely candidate for apostasy; he seems more like the Cambridge biochemistry don he once was, one of the brightest Darwinians of his generation, winner of the university botany prize, researcher at the Royal Society, Harvard scholar and fellow of Clare College.

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