On 1/4/2013 1:24 AM, Stephen P. King wrote:
On 1/4/2013 3:24 AM, meekerdb wrote:
On 1/4/2013 12:05 AM, Roger Clough wrote:
Hi Craig Weinberg
IMHO Sheldrake is one of the very few who have had the courage to
prove and call materialism bad science.
You don't know how to count. The world is full of mystics and the superstitious who
don't even know what "materialism" means. They are 90% of the Earth's population - the
Ah, and you are in that elite 10%! Congratulations are in order!
I think he is the vanguard
of good science, which is not blinded by materialism's dogmas.
So why doesn't he do an experiment that tests his theory and can be replicated?
He does propose experiments. They cost money to perform...
A necessary revolution is in the making, for one thing because materialism
can't explain consciousness because of its dogmas (everything must be physical).
That doesn't mean that anything that is not materialism can explain consciousness.
Materialism at least explain why getting hit on the head changes your consciousness.
Good! But it still cannot explain how!
"How?" is one of those perpetual questions, like the child that responds to every answer
with "Why?". When Newton was asked how gravity pulled on the planets he said, "Hypothesi
non fingo." So let's see Sheldrake explain some "what".
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