Leo Abrantes Posted about 1 year ago Rupert Sheldrake's TEDx talk: Detailing the issues This discussion seems pointless, since this is not the first time TEDex has been under fire for hosting pseudoscience. The quality and standards of these talks should be met beforehand, not as an afterthought. I'm all for keeping the video on your archives. It can teach someone something about anti-science thought in the future. I cannot, however, say I will follow the talks of TEDex with interest or regard them as "an idea worth spreading"