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Redemption and Resistance: The Messianic Hopes of Jews and Christians in Antiquity)

Carleton Paget, James, Dr.

James Carleton Paget  is Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Peterhouse. He has written widely on matters to do with Christian origins, and the relationship of ancient Christianity to Judaism, and recently co-edited Vol. 1 of the first volume of The […]

The Law of Syntropy

di Corpo, Ulisse, PhD

Dr. Ulisse di Corpo  holds degrees in experimental psychology and a PhD in statistics and social research. He works in the field of social research and provides methodological support and software tools to researchers. In 1977 he developed the vital needs theory, which was the subject of his thesis in […]

Dr Peter Fenwick - Conciousness and Dying

Fenwick, Peter, Dr.

Dr. Peter Brooke Cadogan Fenwick – President of the Scientific and Medical Network – is a graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge, where he studied Natural Science. He obtained his clinical experience at St Thomas’ Hospital Career Peter Fenwick was a senior lecturer at King’s College, London, where he worked as […]

Where would we be without Star Trek?

One of the most exciting things about being a Human Being is the way we can use our imagination to manipulate the future.  The original Star Trek series is noted for its influence on the world outside of science fiction. It has fired the imagination of many a scientist and designer. Remember how Captain […]

Aetheric Art

Dean Radin – The Future of Consciousness Research

In a recent talk to IONS, just posted on youtube, Dean Radin, a researcher known best for his work in parapsychology speculates on the future of consciousness research. Today new techniques are available for expanding our consciousness, not only new drugs but electromagnetic devices that affect the brain’s activity; enhance […]

Freedom

Do we have Free Will? An Update on Libet’s Experiment

The existence of “free will” was thrown into question in a famous study conducted by Benjamin Libet in the 1980s in which he demonstrated that his subjects responded to stimuli before they were even aware of them. A person’s brain records precursor activity to moving an arm before that person […]

The Multiverse on Earth

June 2015. No, it’s not the universe. Unless you’ve been recently living on an uninhabited island and away from the internet, you’d have heard of the multiverse. That maybe, we don’t live in a one universe, but that our universe is one out of billions and billions (Apologies to Cark […]

From Particles to People

TAM 2012 (James Randi Educational Foundation annual meeting, Las Vegas) …I was fortunate enough to find myself last week in Geneva, at CERN, the home of the Large Hadron Collider, watching the experimental physicists there announce the discovery of the Higgs Boson – or at least something very much like […]