Trustee Panel Discussion 2012 February 06, 2013

... administration building, and he did. And he hired a scientist, and they began work. So, you know he was he had a large read more...

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... human life. This is as true of a one called to be a scientist, an artist, a philosopher, as one called to be an ... knowledge—is our deepest nature as human beings. Not just scientists, artists of all sorts, mystics, and scholars, but all are read more...

... field of metaphysics and parapsychology. Recently Soviet scientists have announced the discovery of anti -tritium which is a ... of 95. He was a close friend of and worked with the great scientist Steinmetz. He work ed with and was known to Thomas Edison, read more...

... represents the viewpoint of most distinguished and orthodox scientists today. He says the following: 5 Throughout the ages, ... are to be found within a few degrees of the horizon. As a scientist, I am not bothered if I cannot give a complete, ironclad read more...

... concern. During this period, he has exchanged views with scientists in universities, the space program, the electronics ... Father, and his Son, the Master. It is the view of many scientists that there is a desperate need the world over for a new read more...

... Hospital in Stuttgart. As a celebrated physician and scientist, he was much sought after in all of Germany. He was an ... to become more scientific humanists or more humanistic scientists. We must recognize the folly of man’s cowering in fear read more...

... to him the best I could. Then he got Hal Putoff, who’s a scientist, a physicist here, who talked to him about it . Hal said, read more...

... in 1951 in Grand Haven, Michigan. Being raised a Christian Scientist among staunchly evangelical Dutch Reformed neighbors made ... at the time, “I have conferred with many outstanding scientists throughout the country that are attached to certain read more...

... role for the Institute was to find the spiritually awakened scientist that could discern or channel those schematics, replicate ... have a reputation, nor could it afford highly credible scientists who would be able to publish, and make a difference in the read more...

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