A former research professor at Oregon State University, Roger is author of The Phaselock Code; Through Time, Death, and Reality: The Metaphysical Adventures of the Man Who Fell Off Everest. He was a member of the first American expedition to Mount Everest. For Professor Hart, life truly began after he almost lost his. A horrific fall off the slopes of Mount Everest, that he miraculously survived, sparked a desire to study how consciousness constructs reality.
Saturday, April 23 -- 10:45 am to 12:00 pm
How You Make Your Own Reality
— Roger Hart —
Professor Roger Hart experienced separation of mind and body, telekinesis, and precognition during extraordinary states of consciousness on Mt Everest, in Tierra del Fuego, and in India. He uses animated illusions and self-organizing structures to illustrate how the human mind constructs personal reality from interconnected field information. Much of the information processing is predetermined but a substantial amount can be rewritten. Using the metaphor of the collapse of the wave function — the scientific description for the conversion of information and energy into matter — he will suggest how we can remake our own reality.