You may be aware that E=MC2, the mathematical formula offered by Albert Einstein, essentially equates matter and energy. But have you every considered that this formula, although useful, is only partial and in fact is missing an essential component? Think about it. It’s one thing to say that energy and mass are simply two differing states of one essential thing, but what exactly is it that differentiates and regulates the many appearances of mass from each other? What decides that energy will manifest as a daffodil instead of a squirrel, for example?

Seen from this view, Einstein’s equation fails to reveal the informational component of energy and mass. In other words, there must be something that informs mass and matter as to what form of matter to take and how to develop according to its own type. And contrary to popular assumption, mainstream science fails to offer an accurate explanation for this. Biologist Rupert Sheldrake offers his view of morphic resonance theory as a means of describing how the informational component of matter and energy evolves over time.