Misunderstanding/Misrepresenting Science By Michael Edmonds • 24/02/2013 • 5 Related antiscience attack science misrepresentation pseudoscience 5 Responses to “Misunderstanding/Misrepresenting Science” Wow, I want my twenty minutes back. Reply Rob, as a consolation at least it is useful to know what those promoting anti-science arguments are up to. Though I do feel like that 20 minutes could have been spent watching something more engaging Reply Rupert Sheldrake’s talk at a TEDx event has caused quite a reaction with some people suggesting that the talk be taken off the website. Others are staunchly but misguidedly defending his talk. Some of this debate can be found here: http://www.ted.com/conversations/16894/rupert_sheldrake_s_tedx_talk.html Reply […] pseudoscientific talks have made it through the selection process – something both Grant and I have previously […] Reply […] which he claims that “most scientists take for granted”. (I previously posted a TED presentation where Sheldrake outlines and criticises his “Scientific […] Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Website Comment Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.