Monday, May 25, 2009

Morphic resonance

From Radio 4's very entertaining 'Museum of Curiosity', Morphic Resonance attempts to explain why people find it easier to do the Times Crossword the day after it's been published (without looking at the answers) or how Sheep have allegedly learned to get over cattle grids.

1 comment:

mikovswinton, deep in the twilight zone said...

Morphic resonance is presumably why hippies learned how to weave Yoghurt in Hebden Bridge and Totnes at precisely the same moment in time, and with no communication between these two fine boroughs. Spooky isn't it?