Featuring Special Guests: Gregg Braden and Nassim Haramein, Hosted by Steve Farrell
This Science panel will explore…
The latest scientific discoveries that are evolving our understanding of who we are, how we came to be here, and why
The reasons why these discoveries don’t often make front-page news even though many of them have profound implications for our future
The new possibilities these discoveries open up for us as evolving humans
Steve Farrell is co-founder and Worldwide Executive Director of Humanity's Team, a non-profit organization based in Boulder, Colorado. The organization is focused on helping people throughout the world awaken to their deeper Self and the interconnectedness of everything in the Universe.
In the 1990s, years before Steve became involved with Humanity's Team, he co-founded and led two high-growth technology companies based in Silicon Valley that were featured in the INC 500 and spanned the United States and Europe. During this period of his life, he was an officer in the Young Entrepreneurs' Organization and the Young Presidents’ Organization.
By all accounts, Steve was living the "good life." But when he felt a calling to play an active role in creating a consciousness movement that could help people across the globe connect more deeply with the Divine Truth of Oneness, and also consciously participate in creating a flourishing and awakened world, Steve followed his heart and left the "American Dream" behind.
What he found is the story of Humanity's Team. Steve is a member of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle and lives in Boulder, Colorado, with his wife Stephanie, their two teenage children, and their dog Sadie.
Gregg Braden is a five-time New York Times bestselling author, scientist, international educator and pioneer in the emerging paradigm bridging science, social policy and human potential. His latest books are The Turning Point: Creating Resilience in a Time of Extremes and Human by Design: From Evolution by Chance to Transformation by Choice.
His research resulted in the 2003 discovery of intelligent information encoded into the human genome, and the 2010 application of fractal time to predict future occurrences of past events. Gregg’s work has led to 15 film credits, 12 award-winning books now published in over 40 languages, and he was a 2020 nominee for the prestigious Templeton Prize. He has presented his discoveries in over 34 countries on six continents and has been invited to speak to The United Nations, Fortune 500 companies, and the U. S. military.
Gregg is a member of scientific and visionary organizations, including the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research, The Galileo Society, the Institute of HeartMath’s Global Coherence Initiative, The Arlington Institute, as well as an original signatory of the 2017 Fuji Declaration, the international call to collectively catalyze a timely shift in the course of human history.
Nassim Haramein has spent the past 30 years researching connections in physics, mathematics, geometry, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology and chemistry, anthropology, and archeology, leading him to groundbreaking theories, published papers, and patented inventions in the field of unified physics, which are now gaining worldwide recognition and acceptance.
Haramein serves as President of Torus Tech, ARK Crystal, and Resonance Science Foundation, established for the research, development, and distribution of his technology. Resonance Science Foundation launched the Resonance Academy in 2014, an online learning platform offering the Unified Science Course, a 7-module exploration of Haramein's work and other courses reflecting the unified view. The Academy curriculum is offered in multiple languages with +100,000 students enrolled from more than 80 countries.
“The Connected Universe,” a feature length documentary film, released in 2016 and narrated by Sir Patrick Stewart, was produced based on Haramein’s discoveries and their potential impact on generations to come. Haramein speaks regularly to audiences worldwide, and continues to pursue his groundbreaking research...