I agree with Rupert Sheldrake. Science has taken assumptions and made them into dogmas. The spirit of free inquiry is dead inside of the establishment. This means establishment science is ripe for a huge shaking up. If you are employed by establishment and you are reading this, please pull your head out of your ass. If you cannot do this, I will forcibly remove it for you.
I have my own "science delusion" fact to add if Mr. Sheldrake is interested. It was assumed without evidence that a "star" is different than a "planet". It was assumed that "stars" are big, hot and bright, and "planets" were small, cold and dim.
Yet they are the same objects. The young stars are big, hot and bright, the old stars are small cold and dim.
Stars are new planets.
Planets are ancient stars.
They are the exact same objects, stellar evolution is planet formation itself.
The assumption that has solidified into dogma was the assumption that stars and planets were mutually exclusive. They are not. Thus if you tell any astronomer or astrophysicist this guess what you will get? A bunch of ridicule and hatred. This fact of nature literally means ALL establishment astrophysicists have been wrong about star evolution since, well, forever! They are literally standing on the closest star, would they know it? They would probably not, their education gets in the way of their learning.
Establishment astronomers/astrophysicists are suffering the "science delusion", a sickness of the mind.