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Huffington Post blog
Rupert Sheldrake on The Science Delusion
"Skepticism" and (dis)confirmation Bias
June 4, 2007
Confirmation bias distorts thinking and causes people to slant all facts towards their preferred theory and away from opposing points of view.
Skeptic Demonstrates Psi
May 1, 2007
Richard Wiseman admitted in his recent Skeptiko interview, that his data does correspond with Sheldrake's. Wiseman should be congratulated for his honesty about this.
At the Cutting Edge of Paranormal Research
Roy Stemman reports on Rupert's One-day Workshop on 17th November 2006
Paranormal Science and Morphic Resonance
The Chris Brauer Media Project
14th January 2006
Chris Brauer comments on... Rupert's Whitehead Lecture
Chris Braer Blog
Science is a Method not a Position
'Tracking experiments and observations that shine light on the blind spots of reductionistic materialism' a blog.of outstanding interest.
A Method not a Position
Two months ago a debate over Intelligent Design blossomed into the larger issue of "positive" skeptics, those who consider themselves the watchdogs of truth in science.
Huffington Post - Deepak Chopra
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