Campo Morfogenético – La Teoría del centécimo mono o masa crítica – Ilama Ra – Pseudociencia.
La gran mayoría de las ideas que están aquí, son ideas incorrectas ya que son ideas Pseudociencia.
The hundredth monkey effect is a hypothetical phenomenon in which a new behavior or idea is spread rapidly by unexplained means from one group to all related groups once a critical number of members of one group exhibit the new behavior or acknowledge the new idea. The behavior was said to propagate even to groups that are physically separated and have no apparent means of communicating with each other.
Since it was first popularized, the effect has been discredited in many cases of research. One of the primary factors in the spread of this concept is that many authors quote secondary, tertiary, or post-tertiary sources that have themselves misrepresented the original observations.
he truth, according to a University of Hawaii professor who examined the evidence, is that «there is no hundredth monkey phenomenon,» that the notion of a spontaneous spread of a behavior among Japanese monkeys is a fiction that is completely refuted by the published data of the same Japanese primatologists who, it is claimed, discovered the phenomenon.
The debunker is Ron Amundson, a philosophy professor who specializes in the philosophy of science and the rise of pseudosciences. His report appears in the current issue of The Skeptical Inquirer, the quarterly journal of the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal. The committee was formed about 10 years ago by a group of scientists and others hoping to counteract what they saw as a rising tide of belief in supernatural phenomena.