Jack Sarfatti is an American theoretical physicist. He created the legendary Physics/Consciousness Research Group at the New Age Esalen Institute in Big Sur and in San Francisco in 1975 with money from Werner Erhard (est), Sidney and Jean Lanier, and George Koopman. MIT physics professor historian David Kaiser wrote in his book How the Hippies Saved Physics: "Little could...Sarfatti and the others know that their dogged pursuit of faster-than-light-communication and the subtle reasons for its failure, would help launch a billion dollar industry ... at the heart of today's quantum encryption technology."
Sarfatti has explained the physical nature of our consciousness - our souls. The simple physics involved, if true, will herald in a new post-quantum technology of fully conscious artificial intelligent nano-electronic machines into which your consciousness can be uploaded to survive physical death, he says. Sarfatti also explains what happened in the USS Nimitz's Close Encounter with advanced warp drive craft off the coast of San Diego in 2004 that can render all our weapons impotent and obsolete.
Truth and Justice podcast host Bob Ruff talked about his work with the wrongfully convicted. In the first hour, theoretical physicist Jack Sarfatti discussed the physics of warp drive. More »
Michael Masters posited UFOs as time travelers. Followed by Jack Sarfatti on the technology of the Tic Tac UFOs, and Rich Hoffman on anomalies of them. More »
In the first half, George Knapp welcomed Dr. David Kaiser, along with Dr. Jack Sarfatti and Dr. Fred Alan Wolf, for a discussion on how a group of counterculture physicists in the 1970's led the way for cutting edge concepts like quantum theory. In the latter half, MUFON... More »
In the first half of the program, George Knapp welcomed physicist Jack Sarfatti for a discussion on cutting edge scientific concepts like the "holographic universe" theory. In the latter half, ufologist Paul Stonehill talked about Soviet UFO events. More »
Guest host George Knapp welcomed author and historian Richard Dolan for a discussion on UFO cover-ups. More »