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Post by bindeweede » Mon Oct 26, 2015 4:27 pm

This is the first of two articles by Steven Novella on the theories of Robert Lanza.
It is sad to see a mainstream scientist like Lanza give in to such rank pseudoscience, and then use his credentials to sell that pseudoscience to the public. Take a look again at his website – I don’t like to speculate too much about a person’s psychology or motivations, but I do think we see the telltale signs of an ego a bit out of control.

This is consistent with the act of stepping outside one’s area of genuine expertise and expounding on grandiose theories that explain everything and seek to topple our understanding of reality, even over the heads of the actual experts in the relevant field. ... ocentrism/

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Re: Biocentrism.

Post by Matt » Mon Oct 26, 2015 4:28 pm

I'd take Novella's word for it but it's not his area of expertise either. ;-)

I started to read it but by the time I got to "Click Here to Read More" I was bored to tears. It seemed that it was going to aim for some sort of variant of the Participatory Anthropic Principal but who has the time to wade through Bill and Ted discover Quantum Mechanics. Woah dude!!

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