How Starlings orient themselves on a moving ship.

Rupert Sheldrake shares his enthousiasm about very innovative Dutch research studying the navigation of starlings, born on a Navy Ship crossing the Atlantic Ocean. Their performance shows there is more in this navigation game of birds than learning it from their parents.

To understand this phenomena, his hypothesis of a kind of global information field seems to become unavoidable. It might be such kind of kwantum information field or morphogenetic field in which the birds tune in to navigate unknown parts of the oceans.

Henk Kieft

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