Do some people think that science is a belief system?

It is important that you view the contents of this blog in relationship to my new blog entitled: “The fundamental universe revisited“. This new blog is designed to be the master science referential blog for all my science blog postings in my website.

It seems that they do

I will introduce you to a very popular science lecture presented by Rupert Sheldrake. It was banned for a time because of its contentious nature within science circles. Readers will find that I have cited Sheldrake’s ideas in different blogs in my website because I find them interesting and provocative. If you elect to view this video I feel you that you will understand why I have made this comment. I think my readers should also know that many of Sheldrake’s science theories and ideas were built upon those of the highly respected philosopher, logician, mathematician, and scientist, Charles Sanders Peirce. I feel that  you may care to acquaint yourself with Peirce’s ideas as well.

The Sheldrake video is here

If you like what you heard Sheldrake say I suggest you also peruse the contents of another one of my blogs entitled “Two respected scientists talk about life and nothing“. By you understanding the contents of both these blogs I feel you may then better understand my way of scientific and philosophical thinking about not only life but wider reality as well. Furthermore for my readers who have a strong interest in physics I further suggest that you read the pdf file entitled “Morphic Fields and the Implicate Order“. I feel that you will be happy if you do this. If you have not heard of David Bohm before you may care to visit the blog I have created about Bohm.

The incredible nature of morphic resonance and morphic fields

Are morphic fields dominating our lives? I think that there are good reasons to believe that they are.

I feel that morphic fields dominate nearly every aspect of our lives and I have written about them in various parts of my website. I will not repeat what I have already stated in my blogs entitled “In the mind of Rupert Sheldrake” and “Why we will never understand reality.” The interesting feature about morphic field theory is that it relates to biology, more particularly to the development of plants, their morphogenesis genes and their associated relationship to the development of animals, which includes us. Morphic fields can be seen as biological fields, or developmental fields which can be directly linked back to quantum field theory in conventional physics.

I feel the important thing you should appreciate in that morphic field theory is that all cells in our body (and all life forms as well) are derived from other cells and that all cells exhibit fields of organization. Genes are part of this organization but they do not explain the organization itself which is where I think my awareness model comes into play with its concept of blobs, links; weak links, strong links and dead links with scientifically determinable values. These are loosely demonstrated in my blog “The great gender expression (sex) debate.”

I have attached an article from Nexus Magazine, volume 12, number 3 (April – May 2005). Despite its age I believe it is a credible article that is supported by ideas derived from a number of respectable scientists including Miller, Hameroff and Penrose.

Organ Transplants and Cellular Memories.pdf