This piece is about filtering
and this about censoring
Rupert Sheldrake is a fascinating member of the scientific world. His TED talk named “The Science Delusion” was controversially censored by the TED community after being aired. Rupert shares that humanity has become stuck in turning science into another belief or dogma vs. allowing the method to be what it is. Rupert Sheldrake outlines 10 dogmas he has found to exist within mainstream science today. He states that when you look at each of these scientifically, you see that they are not actually true.
Some views are strange of course, while others are not (replace for example “morphogenetic fields” with “DNA methylation”). Even with a few interacting factors, a causal proof is nearly impossible. More at SFGATE or The Guardian.