By Rupert Sheldrake
Examines the realities of unexplained common phenomenon and offers causes that push the bounds of science.
• appears to be like at animal telepathy and the power of pigeons to home.
• Proves the purpose that "big questions don't desire colossal science".
• famous scientist Rupert Sheldrake is a former learn fellow of the Royal Society.
• re-creation with an replace on Results.
How does your puppy "know" if you are coming domestic? How do pigeons "home"? Can humans feel a "phantom" amputated arm? those questions and extra shape the foundation of Sheldrake's examine the realm of up to date technological know-how as he places probably the most adored assumptions of proven technological know-how to the attempt. What Sheldrake discovers is that convinced medical ideals are so broadly taken without any consideration that they're now not considered as theories yet are noticeable as medical logic. within the precise spirit of technology, Sheldrake examines seven of those ideals. Refusing to enable highbrow dogmatism effect his look for the reality, Sheldrake offers basic experiments that permit the curious and the skeptical to hitch in his trip of discovery. His experiments examine how medical examine is frequently biased opposed to unforeseen styles that emerge and the way a researcher's expectancies can impression the consequences. He additionally examines the taboo of taking pets heavily and explores the query of human extrasensory conception. might be most vital, he questions the thought that technology needs to be dear as a way to in achieving vital effects, exhibiting that reasonably cheap tools can certainly shake the very foundations of technological know-how as we all know it.
In this compelling and clever e-book, Sheldrake bargains no preconceived knowledge or effortless answers--just an open invitation to discover the unknown, create new technology, and maybe, even switch the realm.