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Rupert Sheldrake's methodological challenge to the various disciplines of science is, I think, an important one. Either it will reveal some experimenter biases or it won't. If it doesn't reveal any biases it will validate the methodological position of the discipline in question and thus further enhance the claim of that discipline to sound, dependable knowledge. If it discovers bias, even if it is occasional, it will also have the effect of improving the methods utilised. A win win situation.
You'll need Acrobat Reader to view his challenge go <a href=http://antonio.catchword.com/vl=5591747/cl=72/fm=docpdf/nw=1/rpsv/catchword/sse/08923310/v12n1/s4/p73>here</a>