Bruce Lipton, PhD
Bruce is a cellular biologist and former Professor of Anatomy at the University of Wisconsin's School of Medicine, where he taught medical students and researched muscular dystrophy. As a Fellow in Pathology at Stanford University’s School of Medicine, his published research on cloned human cells revealed how perception controls behavior and gene activity. Bruce’s current research upon the biochemical pathways connecting the mind and body provide insight into the molecular basis of consciousness. He is the author of Muscle Regeneration and Basic Histology.
Wednesday, April 27 -- 10:45 am - 12:00 pm
As is Above … So is Below: An Introduction to Fractal Evolution
For millennia, civilization has been preoccupied with the perennial questions of human origins and life’s purpose. Religion claims that humans are the product of special Creation put on Earth directly by the hand of God for the purpose of living out plays of morality. The opposing view of Science suggests we are merely the product of 3 billion years of Evolution driven by random genetic mutation. Perceived as hereditary “accidents,” Science posits no purpose for human presence other than to compete for survival in an eternal struggle for existence. We are in need of a new sustaining vision as global terror and the onset of the planet’s sixth mass extinction threaten human survival. Join Bruce as he introduces a long-awaited paradigm shift in the biomedical sciences that integrates, unifies and honors the philosophical polarities of both Evolutionists and Creationists. The new theory of Fractal Evolution, based upon leading edge cell biology, physics and mathematics, not only makes sense of our history — more importantly, it provides insights to ensure our’s and the environment’s survival.