Duane Elgin is an internationally recognized speaker, author, and social visionary who looks beneath the surface turbulence of our times to explore the deeper trends that are transforming our world. In 2005, Duane received the Japanese "Goi International Peace Award" in recognition of his contribution to a global "vision, consciousness, and lifestyle" that fosters a "more sustainable and spiritual culture."
Internationally recognized speaker, author, and social visionary, Duane Elgin, discussed how biology and physics show that the universe is not dead but rather uniquely alive, an insight which, he shows, is in harmony with all of the world’s major spiritual traditions. First hour guest, medical researcher Tom Grier shared an update on Lyme disease. A recent press release from the Mayo Clinic reported that multiple sclerosis (MS) often starts with an inflammation in the brain's outer layers. ... More »Host: George Noory
Appearing for the full four hours, astronomer and physicist Stephan Martin discussed his research into the mysteries of the universe such as how and why it was created as well as the possibility of multiverses, life after death and ETs. During the evening, visionary author Duane Elgin joined the conversation in the second hour, followed by science writer James Gardner in the final two hours. ... More »Host: George Noory
Visionary author Duane Elgin discussed how our universe is uniquely alive and how this paradigm can help us work toward a sustainable future. The concept of a living universe has been shared by many spiritual traditions and now there is scientific evidence for it, he said. First hour guest, economist Wayne Jett spoke out in support of the Fair Tax Act. ... More »Host: George Noory