Comment: I suppose I agree with him then.

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I suppose I agree with him then.

New insight has slowed to a snail's pace. I've personally been frustrated since 1979.

"New insight allow for formulas and theories to be altered and perfected."

More importantly, new insight allows for new formulae and new theories.

His solution then is to do exactly what he's doing, speaking to audiences, writing books [he's written over 30], doing what he can to help break people from their molds.

I find a new science paradigm movement paralleling the liberty movement. I personally believe that we're close to the precipice of overturning the bulk of a hundred years of imaginative yet hollow, unsubstantiated theory.

A few comments below you will find links to more Sheldrake chit-chat.
The first two link to his lecture at a conference attended by fellow outliers. Here are talks from a few of those attendees...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bf6Ofw-Ckb8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlFVUozGWyU
http://youtu.be/HgdJcghkri4