Rupert Sheldrake, The Perrott-Warrick Lecture at Trinity College, Cambridge University

Dr Rupert Sheldrake argues that telepathy is a normal means of communication among members of animal groups, and is often shown by domesticated animals like dogs and cats in their responses to their owners' thoughts and intentions. Human telepathy follows similar principles, and is continuing to evolve in connection with modern communications systems like telephones and emails. Telepathy is normal, not paranormal.