The reason I say "he perceives", obviously because I want to make it clear that they are his theories, ideas and perceptions. To say they are the truth, would be as idiotic as to as that Science is truth. But I must say, that alot of what he talks about and discusses rings truthfully "for me", and certainly resonates with me. Is something i would like to delve into further, and explore more.
Leading me to my next questions, Rupert Sheldrake suggests that perhaps everything is evolving and changing, even the speed of light, or gravity. Why not? Do the answers to everything always need to be fixed? Perhaps that is just it, everything, including us is continuously evolving. When we try to pinpoint it, and say what it is, we miss out on the nature of it - that it is ever evolving.