Howard S. Friedman is Distinguished Professor at the University of California in Riverside. He is the recipient of two major career awards for his health psychology research. In 1999, he received the Outstanding Contributions to Health Psychology Award from the American Psychological Association; and in 2008, he was honored with the James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award from the Association for Psychological Science (APS), an international award and the most prestigious in his field of applied research.
Renegade thinker & scientist Robert Lanza discussed the nature of the Universe, and his theory of 'biocentrism,' as well as the latest developments in stem cell therapy. Dr. Lanza, who is currently the Chief Scientific Officer of Advanced Cell Technology, said they've developed multiple methods of "cellular reprogramming." First hour guest, Professor of Psychology Howard Friedman discussed the Longevity Study, begun back in 1921, which has tracked various individuals throughout their lifetimes. ... More »Host: George Noory
Professor of Psychology Howard Friedman discussed an eight decade study that documents who really thrives under certain conditions and who dies early. First hour guest, unorthodox researcher Michael Cremo talked about ancient Sanskrit writings from India that contain descriptions resembling nuclear warfare. ... More »Host: George Noory