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What Science Can't Tell Us

26 Jan 2009

From our sexuality to our predisposition to commit crimes, science is now making inroads to just about everything. Is this growing imperialism of the natural sciences a good thing? What can traditional science not tell us about the universe, and how do we fill in the gaps?

A conversation between Rupert Sheldrake, author of A New Science of Life and director of a Perrott-Warwick project funded from Trinity College Cambridge and Michael Brooks, consultant for the New Scientist and author of 13 Things That Don't Make Sense. Chair: Vivienne Parry, science broadcaster and author of The Truth About Hormones.

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