John L. Casti

John L. Casti

Biography:

One of the pioneers of complexity science and systems theory, John L. Casti, Ph.D., is Senior Research Scholar at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, where he heads an initiative on Extreme Events in Human Society. He worked for many years at the Sante Fe Institute and The RAND Corporation, as well as serving on the faculties of Princeton, the University of Arizona, and New York University. A former editor of the journal Complexity, Casti has published nearly 20 volumes of academic and popular science and received his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Southern California. He lives in Vienna, Austria.

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  • Catastrophic Events

    Joining John B. Wells, scientist and mathematician John Casti discussed human-caused catastrophic scenarios that could quickly bring about the end to our way of life. In honor of Father's Day, first hour guest Dr. John Gray celebrated dads, the nobility of fatherhood, and...More »

Last Night

Alternative Health / Law Enforcement & the Paranormal
Alternative Health / Law Enforcement & the Paranormal
Dr. Joel Wallach addressed the body's ability to heal naturally, and the remedies and supplements that aid in recovery. Followed by paranormal researcher Gare Allen on how law enforcement personnel have experienced the paranormal.
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