Discussion by: dilated_in_disbelief
At the TEDxWhitechapel event that took place on January 13th, 2013, Graham Hancock and Rupert Sheldrake gave their own talks. Their talks did not meet the scientific standards of TED's advisory board, so TED decided to move their videos from one TED YouTube channel location to another. This meant that the two videos had to be removed from their original location so that they could be found at another one instead. As is to be expected, this has given the illusion to Hancock's and Sheldrake's supporters, and the men thenselves, that their videos were banned. This has caused some controversy.
Here are videos of their TEDx talks:
Rupert Sheldrake – The Science Delusion BANNED TED TALK
Here are links to TED's website that discuss this current controversy:
Of course, militant atheists and materialist, reductionist scientists are having a fit because their orthodoxy and scientific belief system are being challenged. Or, these are two of the worst TED talks of all time which have no place at a TED event. My opinions are clear. What do you guys think?