On 1/3/2013 10:22 AM, Roger Clough wrote:
Hi Richard Ruquist

My understanding of Sheldrake's results suggests
to me that the universe is not like a deterministic great computer,
or if it is, the deterministic or mechanical part acts like a filter to
incline random motions to more regular ones
which Sheldrake calls habits or morphic resonances.


Could it be that what Rupert is observing is the statistical effects (in large numbers) of what quantum entanglement implies? ISTM, that at the quantum level two wave functions that are the same are one and the same and so forth for similar WFs. I never saw Sheldrake's work as contradicting any real physical laws, just the prejudices of classically trained minds.



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