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Integrative Thought

Sheldrake declares ‘The Perihelion Effect is a completely new and unusual idea’

By Joseph Schuster, December 21, 2018 Recently I shared the The Perihelion Effect website with Dr. Rupert Sheldrake acclaimed author of The Science Delusion and researcher in the field of parapsychology, who developed the concept of “morphic resonance”.  https://www.sheldrake.org/ I posed the following question to Sheldrake. (you can read the entire original email below) Dr. Sheldrake: Does …

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Rupert Sheldrake – Is The Sun Conscious?

Rupert Sheldrake is brilliant. Here he uses the sun as his subject to subvert our defacto materialist worldview. He cleverly deconstructs science by its own methods. He is a tremendous inspiration to me.  It is sometimes difficult to accept his conclusions. Is this just spectacular bullshit?  Dr. Sheldrake is very straightforward speculations not conclusions. And what …

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Johannes Kepler

Johannes Kepler (December 27, 1571 – November 15, 1630) was a German mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer. A key figure in the 17th century scientific revolution, he is best known for his laws of planetary motion, based on his works Astronomia nova, Harmonices Mundi, and Epitome of Copernican Astronomy. These works also provided one of the foundations for Isaac Newton’s theory of universal gravitation. During his career, Kepler was …

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Sir Isaac Newton was an alchemist

Alchemical research Much of what are known as Isaac Newton’s occult studies can largely be attributed to his study of alchemy.[2] Newton was deeply interested in all forms of natural sciences and materials science, an interest which would ultimately lead to some of his better-known contributions to science. During Newton’s lifetime, the study of chemistry was still in its infancy, so many of …

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Thomas S. Kuhn’s Structure of Scientific Revolutions

Reading Thomas S. Kuhn’s book was an enlightening experience. Much more than a mere compilation of facts, Kuhn’s brilliant and insightful writing exposes the very roots of the problem of writing a “history of science.” Whereas other books I have read on the subject, have made their case based soley upon an abstract historicism, or …

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Alexander Chizhevsky

Alexander Chizhevsky Russian: Алекса́ндр Леони́дович Чиже́вский(also Aleksandr Leonidovich Tchijevsky) (February 7, 1897 – December 20, 1964) was a Soviet-era interdisciplinary scientist, a biophysicist who founded “heliobiology” (study of the sun’s effect on biology) and “aero-ionization” (study of effect of ionization of air on biological entities).[1] He also was noted for his work in “cosmo-biology”, biological rhythms and hematology.”[2] He may be most notable for his use of historical …

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Reality is inter-subjectivity

“I would go beyond Peirce to suggest a unity between truth and reality, truth and perspective, and the humanistic world and the transcendental world. Perspective seeking verses truth seeking can be viewed as another version of the subject-object spilt introduced by DesCartes. Barrett (1986) criticized this dualism as unnecessary: Most modern philosophers ranging from phenomenologists …

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Jevons and solar cycles

In 1875 and 1878, Jevons read two papers before the British Association which expounded his famous “sunspot theory” of the business cycle. Digging through mountains of statistics of economic and meteorological data, Jevons argued that there was a connection between the timing of commercial crises and the solar cycle. The basic chain of events was …

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