Gregg Braden is a five-time New York Times best-selling author, scientist and pioneer in the emerging paradigm bridging science, social policy and human potential. From 1979 to 1991 Gregg worked as a problem solver during times of crisis for Fortune 500 companies, including Cisco Systems, where he became the first Technical Operations Manager in 1991. He continues problem-solving today and his research resulted in the 2003 discovery of intelligent information coded into the human genome, and the 2010 application of fractal time to predict future occurrences of past events.
Gregg’s work has led to 15 film credits, 12 award-winning books now published in over 40 languages, and he was a 2020 nominee for the prestigious Templeton Prize established by Sir John Templeton to honor “outstanding individuals who have devoted their talents to expanding our vision of human purpose and ultimate reality.” He has presented his discoveries in 34 countries on six continents, and has been invited to speak to The United Nations, Fortune 500 companies, and the U. S. military.
In the first half, author and adventurer Robert Young Pelton, who has traveled the globe working with private military contractors, talked about the war in Syria, ISIS, terrorism, and various trouble spots. In the latter half, author Gregg Braden shared his expertise in...More »
Scientist and author Gregg Braden discussed his most recent work on crisis and transformation. We are living in a time of extremes but we can turn the frightening tipping points of such extremes into life-affirming points of transformation, he argues. First hour guest,...More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to August 24, 2001, when Art was joined by Richard C. Hoagland for a discussion on a crop formation that may be the answer to the Arecibo Message that was sent into space in 1974. Additionally, spiritual philosophy expert Gregg Braden...More »
In the first half, scientist and author Gregg Braden discussed his recent work on discoveries that change the way we think about everything from personal relationships to civilization itself. In the latter half, Howard Martin, who has, for over 30 years, been passionate about...More »
Author and visionary scientist Gregg Braden talked about how our world is shaped by false scientific assumptions, and that in order for humanity to face its current set of crises it needs to overturn these obsolete ways of thinking. First hour guest, Larry Pratt, the...More »
Ian Punnett was joined, for the full four hours, by author Gregg Braden and C2C science advisor Richard C. Hoagland for a discussion of the 2012 phenomenon and what it means both physically for Earth and sociologically for its denizens.More »
Author Gregg Braden discussed how he merged the ancient understanding of cycles with modern views of nature's patterns. Such patterns or fractals repeat on a cyclic basis following the rhythms of nature, and so we can predict the return of these conditions, he explained. Right...More »
Author Gregg Braden discussed the science behind miracles, the existence of an energy field that connects everything, and the power of heart-based emotion. Miracles appear inexplicable to the laws of nature as we understand them, yet they could be linked to the interconnected...More »
Filling in for Art Bell, Lisa Garr welcomed author Gregg Braden, who discussed the relationship between ancient wisdom and modern science, and how people are connected to one another and to the world around them. In the first hour, Dr. Julian Whitaker talked about what he...More »
Author Gregg Braden, an authority on bridging ancient wisdom and modern science, shared discoveries from his 12-year-long project to crack "The God Code" -- an intelligent message he believes is coded into the DNA of all carbon-based life.More »
Author Gregg Braden discussed his 12-year project merging modern science and ancient wisdom, to uncover what he calls "The God Code." He believes that all carbon-based life is encoded with a message that is written into its very cells and DNA. He explained that his discovery...More »