Sheldrake's Morphogenic Field - Innovation (Evolution)

by BBella @, Thursday, September 22, 2016, 06:31 (245 days ago) @ David Turell


BBella: I've not made that agreement that the morphogenic field does not explain innovation - I think I may have failed to address your statement - for the lack of time and the ability to form the answer in my mind. I do understand your objection to the term morphogenetic - though finding any term that actually represents the actuality of the morphic field is difficult. The morphic "field" subsists within a symbiotic connection with all information that has ever been, past and present. When the need (or want?) arises in a form in need for variation for innovative purposes, morphic resonance instantly accesses all information that has ever been (past and present) connected within that form, and automatically allows innovative use of all information to create any "new" addition to help the form symbiotically allowing it to continue on it's merry way. If the brand new form is needed or works better for whatever purpose, the new form takes hold (in time) through habitual use leaving it's new photogenic (light) footprint (the IS image or morphic field) of new form.

For lack of time, I've quickly found this site that touches on our discussion:

http://tinyurl.com/jnxnd4p


Interesting page. A tetrapod limb and a fin have very close comparative anatomy, as do all vertebrate animals. By the way has anyone ever observed a Morphogenic field?

The field itself cant be observed, maybe in a similar way that memory can't be observed, but it can be verified by behavior. Sheldrake has done years of research as well as experiments himself that has verified his hypothesis.


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