Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Morphic Resonance

Contemporary application of aspects of
(1) the Linnaean species concept that incorporates, literally, the idea that species have essences, called morphic fields, and
(2) the Lamarckian concept that acquired traits can be passed on. Proponents insist that such resonant fields also broadcast their resonance across space and time, i.e. provide a form of species telepathy. Such ideas have found little support in the established scientific community.

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