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Moogle Woogle
Posted over 2 years ago
The debate about Rupert Sheldrake's talk
I've read these comments and watched it all unfolding from the initial censorship, to the burial of public reaction in a series of moving blog threads and the weak replies from TED trying to defend the indefensible. I'm just wondering how many people can see the elephant in the room? If you can't see him, just check the list of TED corporate partners. First rule of living in this crazy world... if in doubt or perplexed about others actions, follow the money and power trail and just ask yourself who stands to lose from these kinds of ideas taking off? Who stands to gain from the censorship? The hubristic alliance of corporate power and scientific dogma is on display here for the world to see. Time for science to find a new forum for its ideas.
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Moogle Woogle
Posted over 2 years ago
The debate about Rupert Sheldrake's talk
Buddhists are human beings. We feel anger, in fact often greater anger than most because we sense so keenly the injustices of the world, such as this attempt by TED to stifle debate, bury this issue and deny the spiritual debates on consciousness that dearly need to happen in the scientific world. The flip side of anger is compassion, and so we also work hard at transforming our anger into compassion for such people as the scientific board of TED who in their arrogance, think they have attained what they have not. Such people were called False Arhats, by Shakyamuni Buddha - people who pretend to be wise when they are not, people who fawn over others who have power, people who try to stifle debate and people who lead others down the wrong path. TED and their boards are these people. But people like these, never win in the end.