Is There a Human Brain Cloud?

Author Rupert Sheldrake. Photo from the Fortean Times.

Author Rupert Sheldrake. Photo from the Fortean Times.

From Fortean Times, here is an April 2012 book review by Steve Marshall, of The Science Delusion by Rupert Sheldrake. Marshall says, “Sheldrake maintains that memories are stored somewhere outside of the brain and retrieved by morphic resonance. So could these memories – and perhaps ideas – be accessed by others? I once met the late Bob Moog at a Theremin convention and thanked the Great Man for inventing voltage-controlled synthesisers. To my surprise, he looked slightly embarrassed and shrugged: ‘Oh, it was no big deal, just an idea that was going around at that time – it was in the air. Lots of other people must have had the same idea, but I was just lucky that I was able to do something with it.’ Most creative people have experienced the zeitgeist at some time or other; had Sheldrake, I inquired, ever known any materialist scientists to complain of falling victim to it?”

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