Stem cell pioneer Robert Lanza has been on the frontier of cloning and stem cells for more than a decade, so he’s well-acclimated to controversy. But his book “Biocentrism” is generating controversy on a different plane. Does all this make a difference in daily life, or how you see the world? Take a look at the free sample of “Biocentrism.”
“Sitting on Top of Infinity” Listen to an excerpt from Dr. Robert Lanza’s recent talk at the Hazy Moon Zen Center.
An interview with the author of Biocentrism, a book that Nyogen Roshi (the last authorized disciple of Taizan Maezumi Roshi, the foremost Zen master of the twentieth century) describes as mirroring his experiences in the practice of zazen as closely as anything he has encountered in a modern writer.
“My special guest is Dr. Robert Lanza and his extraordinary mind, I just finished reading his book Biocentrism and I said to myself, ‘Finally, aha, somebody that I can totally relate to.’”
“TIME Magazine: Top 100 Icons of the Century”
“To give us a glimpse about some of the big breakthroughs that were made in biotechnology, we have Dr. Robert Lanza of Advanced Cell Technology. He is one of the leading scientists making breakthroughs in this fast moving field.”
“Dr. Michio Kaku”
“Professor of Theoretical Physics and Co-Founder of String Theory”
“One of the most interesting books to cross my desk this summer was Biocentrism, written by Dr. Robert Lanza, who is probably best known for his groundbreaking work with stem cells. The book is an out-and-out challenge to modern physics. I found the attack on physics to be pretty compelling”
Eric Berger, Science Editor at the HOUSTON CHRONICLE
“The whole of Western natural philosophy is undergoing a sea change again, forced upon us by the experimental findings of quantum theory.” — Robert Lanza
Life is an adventure that transcends our ordinary linear way of thinking.
Why understanding nature liberates our minds from useless things.
The secret of the world – new theory explains puzzles of science
The mind is paramount and limitless. It doesn’t die with the body.
New scientific theory recognizes life’s spiritual dimension
Justice transcends our ordinary, classical way of thinking
What B. F. Skinner didn’t teach me about life and existence.
Everything we perceive (color, sound & energy itself) is a process involving us
The world, it turns out, isn’t the hard, cold place we imagine waking up to in the morning. We scientists are only beginning to pierce the surface of reality.
What came first, you or the universe? The answer is not only unsettling, but suggestive of something both mysterious and inescapable: that you’re the template for the universe and the laws of nature themselves.
We go to and fro our little affairs on an insignificant little planet orbiting an insignificant little sun. Scientists tell us that the universe doesn’t care if we—the little creatures who inhabit this earth—are alive or dead. But there’s a problem with this view—a big problem.