Here are links to the two videos in question:
Rupert Sheldrake: "The Science Delusion"
Graham Hancock: "The War on Consciousness"
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0 · May 17, 2013
The thoughts on what happened with the Ted talks were interesting and informative (esp about how they've changed over time). Also enjoyed the discussion about the requirements of science specifically and inquiry generally. Kristen is right. This is a great group of people.
0 · May 16, 2013
Great group of people with a range of views more than wide enough to keep things interesting. Looking forward to next time.
I can probably make it
0 · May 14, 2013
I have a schedule conflict.
...though actually a maybe, depending upon location (ease for me in getting there by public transportation). Hoping it will be nearby, as subject of great interest to me.
0 · May 7, 2013
The location is Tom's on 39th and Division. Should be decent bus service on both of those roads?
0 · May 9, 2013
And here's the original column that kicked off the debate on Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/deepak-chopra/dear-ted-is-it-bad-scienc_b_3104049.html
This is what Chris Anderson is replying to in the link Curt posted below.
Also, here is the link to the TED blog, which contains both Sheldrake's and Hancock's responses to TED's statement regarding the censorship of their talks:
1 · May 5, 2013
And here are some comments from a variety of scholars:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/deepak-chopra/reply-to-chris-anderson-t_b_3119890.html
Here's Chris Anderson (head of TED) on the topic:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/chris-anderson/ted-censorship-consciousn_b_3115145.html
0 · April 30, 2013
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