Thursday, February 08, 2007

The New Apollo Program

Brian O'Leary was a NASA scientist-astronaut, assistant professor of astronomy at Cornell University alongside Carl Sagan, and has also taught Physics for Poets and Princeton University (see bio) who over the past twenty years has researched, lectured and written extensively about new paradigms of science and global transformation.

His most recent book Re-Inheriting the Earth describes how we can lift out of ourselves out of our current path of global destruction. Much of his work is based on extensive international travels to some of the best and brightest researchers of new science, new medicine and "free" energy.


He goes on to say:

I asked, "How can the scientific method be applied to studying experiences such as psychic healing, transcendental consciousness, survival after death, communication with nonhuman intelligence, crop circles, and many other things that demand unbiased examination?" I was at first surprised to discover that these fields were scientifically further developed than I had imagined, but none of them had yet been integrated into the mainstream. Some of them had, in fact, been suppressed...

...My current passion is to release our enormous human potential to balance the Earth's environment. This massive task needn't neccessarily force us to immediately adopt radical new technologies before they are thoroughly researched and debated. Free energy is a dramatic example of what could be done to transcend our polluting ways, but we will need to learn to use this resource wisely. Just in case this is abused by military interests, I would go for low technology solutions as backup, for example, hemp biomass, solar, and wind power.


Read more here.

Brian O'Leary has also written on Re-Inheriting the Earth: The Narrowing of the Energy Policy Debate and How We Must Transcend it - importantly he is also a co-director of the New Energy Movement whose mission is to:

The New Energy Movement acts to promote the rapid widespread deployment of advanced, clean, and sustainable energy sources across our imperiled planet. This transformation in the way our civilization generates and uses energy provides the best physical means to protect the biosphere, remediate ecological damage, and enhance the health and well-being of the global human family.

The New Energy Movement's major priority is to educate the public, policymakers, and investors about the need to support research, development, and use of zero-point energy, magnetic generators, advanced hydrogen processes, and other little-known powerful energy technologies now emerging from inventors and scientists all over the world.


So many people playing so many parts...

3 comments:

SCOTT said...

O'Leary is definitely one of my present "thinking hero's"

Thanks for putting the word out about him,, he is little known and needs alot more exposure and deserves alot of credit for thinking outside of the box.

Kingsley said...

Hi Scott,

Yes, O'Leary is a more recent find... and I'm interested in his combination of evolutionary thinking and his space experience... have you seen his new retreat in South America?

SCOTT said...

I heard about something regarding a retreat, but didn't know where it was so I will have to look and see,, would be a nice place to visit I am sure.