Morphic Resonance and the Memory of Nature
Rupert Sheldrake (www.sheldrake.org) is known as one of the most innovative biologists and is famous for his theories of morphic fields and the morphic resonance. This theorie is basis of the vision of a vivid and developing universe with its own inherent memory.
Sheldrake is authors of numerous books (e.g. "A new Science of Life") and currently director of the Perrrott-Warrick project dealing with inexplicable skills of humans and animals.
The lecture is in English (no translation).
The entrance is free of charge and financed by volunteer donations.
Kontakt: thomas.prohaska(at)boku.ac.at Link: 090505_Sheldrake.pdf