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"Sources and Solutions of Our Contemporary Global Challenges" with Joanna Macy

Former IONS president James O'Dea interviews eco-philosopher Joanna Macy, PhD, who is a scholar of Buddhism, general systems theory, and deep ecology. She is also a leading voice in movements for peace, justice, and a safe environment. Interweaving her scholarship and four decades of activism, she has created both a ground-breaking theoretical framework for a new paradigm of personal and social change, and a powerful workshop methodology for its application.

"Resonance, Black Holes, and the Frontiers of Physics" with Nassim Haramein (excerpt)

Nassim's investigation of the geometry of hyperspace combines quantum physics and cosmological understandings of universal forces with a new solution to Einstein field equations, thus unifying physics and integrating other sciences into a cohesive whole. In developing his theory, he has drawn on the study of ancient codes left in monuments and documents around the world, which may lead to some of the most important discoveries in written history.

"The God Theory" with Bernard Haisch (excerpt)

Bernard explores physics, spirituality, and philosophy, and proposes a worldview that offers a way out of the hate and fear-driven violence engulfing the planet. Bernard led a multiyear NASA-funded study at Lockheed Martin on the topic of zero-point energy, which challenges Newton’s theory of mass with the possibility that the zero-point field exerts a force that opposes acceleration and makes matter appear solid. He is the President of the Digital Universe Foundation and Chief Science Officer of ManyOne Networks, Inc.


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