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HENRY BAUER is the retired Professor Emeritus of Chemistry & Science Studies and Dean Emeritus of Arts & Sciences at Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. He is also past Editor for the Society for Scientific Exploration Journal.

His latest book, Science Is Not What You Think – published by McFarland, is an honest look at science by a revered scientist who offers reason for caution and reason to become an investigator for yourself…

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HENRY BAUER is the retired Professor Emeritus of Chemistry & Science Studies and Dean Emeritus of Arts & Sciences at Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. He is also past Editor for the Society for Scientific Exploration Journal.

His latest book, Science Is Not What You Think – published by McFarland, is an honest look at science by a revered scientist who offers reason for caution and reason to become an investigator for yourself…

http://henryhbauer.homestead.com/

A tree can be only as strong as the forest that surrounds it. PETER WOHLLEBEN illustrates the centrality of trees in Earth’s ecosystem demonstrating an astonishing sociality of trees, abounding with wisdom about what makes strong human communities and societies.

His book is The Hidden Life of Trees.

http://www.inkavisions.com

The Inka Shaman work on the Luminous Energy Field, the original luminous blueprint containing imprints that determine how we will live, how we will heal, and how we might die. HEATHER CLEWETT JACHOWSKI works with this luminous energy field as well as the lay lines of the earth, acknowledging the sacredness of the land which has been tapped into by those in our past who recognized this and built sacred architechural structures to open the portals into its energies. Today, crop circles are temporary sacred sites revealing similar energies.

 

http://www.inkavisions.com

 

The Inka Shaman work on the Luminous Energy Field, the original luminous blueprint containing imprints that determine how we will live, how we will heal, and how we might die. HEATHER CLEWETT JACHOWSKI works with this luminous energy field as well as the lay lines of the earth, acknowledging the sacredness of the land which has been tapped into by those in our past who recognized this and built sacred architechural structures to open the portals into its energies. Today, crop circles are temporary sacred sites revealing similar energies.

 

EUGENIA BONE writes books and articles about microbes, mushrooms, food, and preserving.

HENRY BAUER is the retired Professor Emeritus of Chemistry & Science Studies and Dean Emeritus of Arts & Sciences at Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. He is also past Editor for the Society for Scientific Exploration Journal.

http://henryhbauer.homestead.com

HENRY BAUER is the retired Professor Emeritus of Chemistry & Science Studies and Dean Emeritus of Arts & Sciences at Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. He is also past Editor for the Society for Scientific Exploration Journal.

For over 25 years, DR. NASHA WINTERS has been working to educate clients, doctors and researchers world wide on how to apply integrative oncology philosophically and therapeutically.

Health through diet and mindful living anyone?

Her book is The Metabolic Approach to Cancer.

 

For over 25 years, DR. NASHA WINTERS has been working to educate clients, doctors and researchers world wide on how to apply integrative oncology philosophically and therapeutically.

Health through diet and mindful living anyone?

Her book is The Metabolic Approach to Cancer.

 

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