In this chapter, we discuss the work and ideas of controversial biologist Rupert Sheldrake. We discuss a few experiments and phenomena that might lend evidence to, or be explained by, the idea of morphic resonance, such as the quicker formation of crystals over time, the sense of being stared at, dogs who know when their owners are coming home, inheritance of characteristics, the hundredth monkey effect, the Mandela Effect, spontaneous language learning, and true sight.
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