SCIENTISTS of SPIRIT
NASSIM HARAMEIN is a physicist who is currently considered the "coolest spiritual scientist today." He talks about consciousness, the unified field, sacred geometry, black holes and has his own unique ideas on the theory of everything. He incorporates some concepts from eastern mystical traditions such as chakras, referring to them as octaves of energy. He is challenged by many mainstream scientists, yet he seems to defend his views well during scientific debates, and his theories seem to explain the "holes" in traditional physics theories.
ROBERT LANZA is a doctor, scientist, professor, and stem cell expert. In addition to his international recognition for stem cell research and the numerous success stories, he is also known for his more controversial theory called Biocentrism - which posits that biology is supreme in the universe, and that life creates the universe and not the other way around. He also suggests that our present may be influenced by things going on in the "future", and that dreams may be extensions of physical reality. Human consciousness is a key component in his theories. He has appeared on Time Magazine's '100 Most Influential People' list.
STUART HAMEROFF is a physician and researcher focusing on the brain and consciousness. He talks about microtubules related to brain cell division, and their role in forming complex human awareness. He incorporates quantum theory in his work as well. He has worked closely with the well-respected and world renown physicist Roger Penrose. He appeared in the spiritual-science film "What the bleep Do We Know?".
RUPERT SHELDRAKE is an author and researcher of parapsychology and most known for his theory of "morphic resonance", which basically states that natural systems have memory. His theory can account for telepathy, precognition and other paranormal phenomena. His work has generally not been accepted by the scientific community. However, his work is supported by those in the spiritual/consciousness movement.
DEAN RADIN is an author, researcher and chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Studies who has focused on the psychic and paranormal aspects of consciousness. He believes the mind does indeed act "from a distance" and uses quantum mechanics (which allows for non-local action and the role of consciousness in any experiment) to be the vehicle. He was one of the featured scientists on the well known movie "What the Bleep Do We Know?"
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