Zachary Ford Posted over 1 year ago Rupert Sheldrake's TEDx talk: Detailing the issues He just points out and highlights the world-views of science and then questions them.. It really doesn't seem very unscientific. He constantly uses the words "I think" and "hypothesis" and "suggesting" He isn't claiming to of proven anything. I don't necessarily agree with everything he talks about but there is certainly no need for censorship. He is not promoting anything unproven as fact. Don't censor his ideas just because he has hit a nerve. This kind of questioning is healthy and not dangerous. If he is wrong then prove him wrong, don't censor him..