The scientists in What the <Bleep>

By: ; Date: Fri Mar 30 2018 19:01:00 GMT-0700 (PDT)

The following are the scientists interviewed in What the <Bleep>. Their backgrounds are detailed on whatthebleep.com and I'll summarize it here. Each name is also a link to a list of books written by each of the scientists, and through the magic of Amazon.COM you will be able to buy any of them you desire.

These scientists are leaders in their fields, and the makers of this movie chose well.

William Tiller, Ph.D.:

Dr. Tiller is an eminent physicist with deep background in materials science. Most especially in the freezing process and the crystalization of matter. He has been a professor at Stanford University and consulted widely with the government and industry in metallurgy and physics. He was the Associate Editor of two scientific journals. He has published more than 250 scientific papers and on and on.

He is also the founding director of the Academy of Parapsychology and Medicine and The Institute of Noetic Sciences.

http://www.tiller.org/

Amit Goswami:

Dr. Goswami is a longtime professor of Physics, primarily at the University of Oregon. He has written several books including a well regarded textbook on Quantum Mechanics.

He is the author of five books, including The Self-Aware Universe, Quantum Creativity, Physics of the Soul, and The Visionary Window.

John Hagelin, Ph.D.:

Dr. Hagelin is a world-renowned quantum physicist, educator, author, and public policy expert. He is a physicist and has done research at both CERN and SLAC and is responsible for the development of a highly successful grand unified field theory based on the Superstring.

He is currently professor of Physics with the Maharishi University of Management. In 2000 he was the Natural Law Party candidate for President.

He is author of Manual for a Perfect Government, in which he shows how through educational programs that develop human consciousness, and through policies and programs that effectively harness the laws of nature, it is possible to solve acute social problems and enhance governmental effectiveness.

http://www.hagelin.org/

Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D.:

Dr. Wolf is a physicist, writer and lecturer involved in Quantum Physics and Consciousness.

He is the author of eleven books including Taking the Quantum Leap.

http://www.fredalanwolf.com/

Dr. David Albert:

Dr. Albert is a professor of the Philosophy of Physics at Columbia University.

He is the author of Quantum Mechanics and Experience and Time and Chance, and has published many articles on quantum mechanics, mostly in the Physical Review.

http://www.columbia.edu/cu/philosophy/General/departmentalnews.html

Dr. Masaru Emoto (also see our page):

Dr. Emoto doesn't appear in the movie, but his photographs play a critical role in the movie. He is a researcher in Japan who has been studying the crystalization of water, and experimented with how intention and consciousness can affect the crystal formation.

He has shown how an act as simple as writing a word (e.g. "Love" or "Hate") and taping it to a water bottle, affects the structure of the water contained within the bottle. As a character in the movie says, just think, if a word can do that to water, imagine what it can do to us?

You can learn about the process in Messages from Water, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, and The Hidden Messages in Water.

http://www.masaru-emoto.net/

Stuart Hameroff M.D.:

Dr. Hameroff is a professor in Anesthesiology and Psychology at the University of Arizona, and Director of the Center for Consciousness Studies. He did extensive research into the molecular mechanisms of anesthetic gases and the microtubules (cytoskeletal structures) in cells. He later did extensive research over whether the microtubules are quantum computers.

http://www.quantumconsciousness.org/

Jeffrey Satinover, M.D.:

Dr. Satinover was for a long time a practicing psychiatrist. He had an eminent career in psychiatry. He is currently a doctoral candidate in physics researching supersymmetric many-body theory as applied to quantum computation.

His most recent book, The Quantum Brain, explores the interface of neuroscience, computation, artificial intelligence and quantum mechanics.

http://www.satinover.com/

Andrew B. Newberg, M.D.:

Dr. Newberg is an Assistant Professor in Radiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He has published widely on brain function and neuroimaging and has presented his research at both national and international meetings.

Dr. Newberg has been particularly involved in the study of mystical and religious experiences as well as the more general mind/body relationship in both the clinical and research aspects of his career.

Dr. Daniel Monti:

Dr. Monti is currently Chief of Complementary Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Jefferson Medical College and Director of the Mind-Body Medicine for the Myrna Brind Jefferson Center for Integrative Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University.

He has done extensive research in mind/body healing which earned him the NeuroEmotional Technique Doctor of the Year Award, and Tree of Life Award.

Dr. Joseph Dispenza:

Dr. Dispenza is a chiropractor. He has done extensive research into unraveling the mysteries of "miraculoous healing".

http://www.drjoedispenza.com/

Dr. Candace Pert:

Dr. Pert is an eminent pharmocologist who has lead the understanding of neuropeptides. Her work is in non-toxic pharmeceuticals, the body-wide communication system for peptide molecules and their receptors, and the biochemical basis for emotion.

Her best-selling book, [amazon-item:0684846349|Molecules of Emotion] is noteworthy both as an insider's history of the changing scientific paradigm and as one woman's journey of growth and understanding.

http://www.candacepert.com/

Ramtha:

Ramtha is an entity, a mystic and philosopher, who is channeled by JZ Knight.

http://www.ramtha.com/

Dr. Miceal Ledwith

Dr. Ledwith was formerly Professor of Systematic Theology for Maynooth College in Ireland.