Professor Elizabeth Rauscher, Ph.D interviewed by Kim Greenhouse

How a Real Scientist Thinks about Phenomena

Remarkable Woman in Science

by Kim Greenhouse on April 14, 2013

in Parapsychology, Science & Technology, Spirituality

Professor Elizabeth Rauscher, Ph.D. is at the forefront of a revolution in physics. She holds degrees in astrophysics, nuclear physics, engineering, chemistry, and physics from UC Berkeley, and is a former researcher with Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, the Stanford Research Institute, and NASA. The relationship between physics and consciousness has been a core focus of Dr. Rauscher’s work since the mid-1970s, when she and Berkeley colleague George Weissman founded the Fundamental Fysiks group. With a background in particle and theoretical relativistic physics, energy and environmental issues, magnetism and its use in healing, and extensive teaching qualifications, she is one of the most authoritative and imaginative voices in science today. In this exciting segment, Dr. Rauscher guides us through her body of work at the frontier of science, philosophy, and spirituality.

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