Jim Elvidge holds a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University. He has applied his training in the high-tech world as a leader in technology and enterprise management, including many years in executive roles for various companies and entrepreneurial ventures. He also holds 4 patents in digital signal processing.Beyond the high-tech realm, however, Elvidge has years of experience as a musician, writer, and truth seeker. He merged his technology skills with his love of music, developed one of the first PC-based digital music samplers, and co-founded RadioAMP, the first private-label online streaming-radio company.
For many years, Elvidge has kept pace with the latest research, theories, and discoveries in the varied fields of subatomic physics, cosmology, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, and the paranormal. This unique knowledge base has provided the foundation for his first full-length book, The Universe-Solved! .
Host Richard Syrett was joined by engineer and researcher Jim Elvidge for a discussion on the nature of our reality and the possibility that we are living in a digital simulation. In the first hour, Harvard-trained psychiatrist Peter Breggin talked about the case of a teenage girl who spent three years of her life convinced she was dead due to a rare medical condition known as 'Cotard's Syndrome.' ... More »Host: Richard Syrett
Electrical engineer, and scientific truth seeker Jim Elvidge, discussed theories of a programmed reality, in which we may be living in a giant simulation, as well as developments in science and the mind. All the evidence seems to point the idea that our world is made of bits and data that in some ways seems to follow patterns that we see in computational systems, he noted. First hour guest, author Willie Wilkerson III shared his contention that it was his father, W.R. Billy Wilkerson Jr., the founder of the Hollywood Reporter, not the gangster Bugsy Siegel who led to the creation of the Las Vegas strip as we know it today. ... More »Host: George Noory
Appearing during the middle two hours, electrical engineer and author Jim Elvidge talked about a variety of science and physics concepts, such as the idea that we could be living in a type of programmed reality. First hour guest, author Jerome Corsi reacted to WikiLeaks' recent release of secret US embassy cables which contained thousands of confidential documents. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the show, researcher Grant Cameron and activist Stephen Bassett discussed the UFO disclosure movement, and US presidents and their knowledge of UFOs/ETs. In the second half of the show, scientific truth seeker Jim Elvidge presented the theory of a programmed reality of the universe. ... More »Host: George Noory
Electrical engineer and scientific truth seeker Jim Elvidge discussed evidence that shows we could be living in a programmed reality, in which "everything [we] perceive is under program control or is generated by some computational mechanism."According to Elvidge, computer-generated realism will be indistinguishable from our reality within the next few decades. The consistency of Moore's Law coupled with a bevy of up-and-coming technologies, including molecular assemblers and utility fog (swarms of nanobots that can take the shape of virtually anything), make programmed reality feasible, he explained.Citing a study involving monkeys, Elvidge pointed out that it is currently possible to read sensory signals and determine what someone is experiencing. We may soon be able to generate sensory experiences, as well as write and erase memories, he said. Elvidge also described the process of how a programmed reality could work (see Elvidge Diagrams).Humans may already b ... More »Host: Ian Punnett