Seven Experiments That Could Change the World: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Revolutionary Science

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Riverhead Books, 1996 - Science - 288 pages
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How does your pet know when you're coming home? Can people really tell when they're being stared at? Can science explain the unexplainable? Celebrated biologist Rupert Sheldrake explores such questions in this compelling, intelligent book--and with simple, inexpensive experiments, the curious and the skeptical are invited to join him on this journey of discovery in the true spirit of science.

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I picked up this volume because its title suggested that it would encourage hands-on science activities that are essential to good teaching and effective learning. Unfortunately, I discovered on ... Read full review

SEVEN EXPERIMENTS THAT COULD CHANGE THE WORLD: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Revolutionary Science

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Change the world? Perhaps not, but Sheldrake hopes that his proposed experiments will change the way science views the relationship of mind and matter. Former Cambridge University biologist Sheldrake ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
11
CHAPTER 2
28
CHAPTER 3
34
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Rupert Sheldrake is a former research fellow of the Royal Society and former director of studies in biochemistry and cell biology at Cambridge University. He is the author of several books, including The Rebirth of Nature and A New Science of Life.

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