Clayton Conway Posted 11 months ago The debate about Rupert Sheldrake's talk Well TED has decided to go with its invisible board once again. Cancelling TEDx WestHollywood because it's list of talks were too much about consciousness. At least that is what can be inferred since TED wisely decided to not tell anyone exactly what the causes were. Again TED is against facts and for establishment beliefs that science cannot be outside its materialistic philosophy. This is exactly what Sheldrake's talk was about. TED is killing itself in order to gain favor from the scientific establishment, which holds to wrong headed views. TED is now holding that the materialistic philosophy must be followed and paradigm challenges will not be tolerated. Obviously, TED needs to be replaced by some other organization that is willing to accept facts for being facts and allow the evidence to be presented to all us unmanageable masses who have brains of our own that do not need to be helped in the act of thinking for ourselves. Bye bye TED.