[Taxacom] Rejoinder to a monster review

Fred Schueler bckcdb at istar.ca
Wed Dec 3 08:15:47 CST 2014

Quoting Richard Jensen <rjensen at saintmarys.edu>:

> Can you please cite references for your claim that the "process of science
> is...to suppress".  While I know that there are numerous instances of
> movements to suppress information, I wasn't aware that such suppression was
> part of the process, at least not as I understand the process of science.

* http://www.sheldrake.org/ - Rupert Sheldrake, a biologist and  
author, is best known for his hypothesis of morphic fields and morphic  
resonance, which leads to a vision of a living, developing universe  
with its own inherent memory. He worked in developmental biology at  
Cambridge University, where he was a Fellow of Clare College. He was  
then Principal Plant Physiologist at the International Crops Research  
Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), in Hyderabad, India.  
 From 2005 to 2010 he was Director of the Perrott-Warrick project,  
funded from Trinity College, Cambridge.

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seeking for wisdom, a value which conventional philosophy has largely  
abandoned." Ghiselen, 1969. Triumph of the Darwinian Method, p 237.

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