Gary Schwartz, PhD
Gary is a professor of psychology, medicine, neurology, psychiatry and surgery. He is the director of the Center for Frontier Medicine in Biofield Science and director of the Human Energy Systems Laboratory at the University of Arizona.
He received his PhD from Harvard University in 1971. He served as a professor of psychology and psychiatry at Yale University, director of the Yale Psychophysiology Center, and co-director of the Yale Behavioral Medicine Clinic. He has published more than four hundred scientific papers, including six papers in the journal Science, co-edited eleven academic books, and is co-author of three books, The Living Energy Universe, The Afterlife Experiments, and The G.O.D. Experiments.
Sunday, April 24 --10:30am - 12:00 noon
After Life Experiments: New Evidence for Survival of Consciousness After Death
Can science address the question, "Does consciousness survive bodily death?" A series of experiments described in the book, The Afterlife Experiments: Breakthrough Scientific Evidence for Life After Death, provides compelling evidence that consciousness and personality continues after death. Well established properties of light and the electromagnetic spectrum provide a foundation in physics that energy and information has a kind of immortality. Experiences in neuroscience turn out to be consistent with the premise that the brain is not the creator of consciousness but is an antenna-receiver for consciousness. New experiments with deceased
parapsychologists plus well known figures (e.g. Princess Diana) provide startling
evidence of life after life.
- How does physics and neuroscience support the survival hypothesis?
- What kinds of experiments support the conclusion that consciousness continues after death?
- How do deceased individuals, including famous scientists, contribute to our understanding of life after death?