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Two Mainstream Science Geniuses Call Skeptic Mainstreamers “Brainwashed”

November 3, 2011 Leave a comment

The Mind, Physics and a “Breakthrough” Theory of Everything

On the radio show Coast to Coast AM, on the second half of the show today (not the upcoming one today), were two Mainstream Science guests and scientific geniuses. George Noory was the host who interviewed them. Here are the biographies of these two scientists:

Bio on Dr Vernon Neppe

Vernon M . Neppe MD, PhD(Med), FRSSAf, FFPsych(SA), FRCPC, MMed (Psych), DipABPN (Psychiatry; Geriatric Psychiatry; Forensic Psychiatry), DABFM, DABFE, DABPS (Psychopharmacology), FACFE, LMACFE, MB, BCh, DPsM , BA is Director of the Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute in Seattle, WA, Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, St. Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO and formerly Director, Division of Neuropsychiatry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Dr Neppe has contributed internationally in the specialties of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Neurology, Psychopharmacology, Forensic Psychiatry, Anomalistic Psychology and Epileptology. He also is an author, professional speaker, playwright and philosopher. His books on brain medications include Cry the Beloved Mind: A Voyage of Hope and Innovative Psychopharmacotherapy as well as The Psychology of Déjà Vu.

His listings include editions of Americas Top Doctors, Whose Who in the World, Best Doctors in America, Two Thousand Notable American Men, Five Thousand Personalities of the World, Five Hundred Leaders of Influence, Great Minds of the 21 st Century and Americas Top Psychiatrists. He was an International Man of the Year, received a Millennium Medal of Honor, and has recently been honored for his scientific contributions by being possibly the first USA based physician to be elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of South Africa. He has written more than two hundred publications, and lectured in a dozen countries on four continents and at about 90% of the medical schools in the USA. He was educated in South Africa where he obtained both his primary Medical and PhD degrees, and at Cornell University.

Dr Vernon Neppe founded the PNI in Seattle, WA in late 1992. Dr Neppe also does extensive forensic consultations, and records review but does not do criminal medicolegal work.

Bio on Dr. Edward R. Close PhD, PE

Dr. Close studied physics, math, philosophy, and creative writing at Central Methodist College, receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Math and Physics in 1963. He spent one year in the graduate physics program at the University of Missouri at Rolla and one year in the environmental engineering PhD program at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Additional studies were completed at UCLA, UC Davis, Case Western Reserve and elsewhere. He completed his thesis and received his PhD in environmental science and engineering in 1988.

The focus of Dr. Close’s work is the integration of science and consciousness studies. As a physicist, his areas of research are relativity and quantum mechanics. Since 1959, his exploration of the physical sciences has been enhanced by the intensive practice of consciousness expansion techniques. A member of several professional organizations, MENSA, the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry (ISPE) and Self-Realization Fellowship (SRF), he has traveled extensively and taught mathematics, physics, and meditation techniques. He has recently accepted the position of Science Editor for Telicom, the journal of the ISPE.

Edward R. Close, PhD, PE, is a recognized expert in environmental science, has served as environmental advisor to more than fifteen Fortune 500 companies, and has more than forty years experience in the environmental field. He is the author of numerous technical papers and five nonfiction books, including Nature’s MoldRx – The Non-Toxic Solution to Toxic Mold (2007), as well as the DVD: Toxic Mold – A Breakthrough Discovery.

Dr. Close has more than forty years’ experience in environmental planning and management, engineering, hydrology, hydrogeology, and industrial-waste management with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), 1965-1978, and private consulting firms, 1978-1995. While working as a research hydrologist in the Water Resources Division of the USGS, he was chosen from hundreds of employees, nationwide, to become one of the seven scientists selected to form the first Department of Interior, Systems Analysis Mathematical Modeling Group, where he worked with internationally known environmental mathematicians, including Dr. Nickolas Matalas, Dr. John Bredehoft, and Dr. Benoit Mandelbrot.

In 1995, Dr. Close opened Close Environmental Consultants in Southeast Missouri. He continues to serve clients that range from Fortune 500 companies, mid-size and small local businesses to individual property owners as principal consultant with EJC Enterprises. He has worked in eleven U.S. States, on the island of Puerto Rico, and in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Dr. Close is a member of numerous professional societies, including the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA), the National Society of Professional Engineers, the American Water Resources Association, the National Water Well Association, the American Institute of Hydrology, the Cape Area Engineers, MENSA, and the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry (ISPE). He currently serves as Science Editor for “Telecom,” an ISPE quarterly periodical, is a Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Missouri, a Registered Environmental Site Assessor, a Registered Well Installer, and a Registered Professional Hydrologist.

Dr. Close has on-going interests in language, linguistics, symbolic logic, and consciousness studies. One of his books, Transcendental Physics (1997), explores the interface of modern physics and consciousness and has been cited in numerous publications including Dr. David Stewart’s book The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple.


This is the Coast to Coast AM show description (from of the show they were on:

Consciousness & Reality
Date: 11-02-11
Host: George Noory
Guests: Dr. Vernon Neppe, Edward R. Close, Jerome Corsi

Neuropsychiatrist Dr. Vernon Neppe and physicist Dr. Edward Close discussed their work integrating science, mathematics, and philosophy with consciousness studies to arrive at their new paradigm shifting model– “Reality Begins with Consciousness.” Neppe (who appeared in the 2nd & 4th hours) pointed out how every ‘Theory of Everything,’ such as put forth by Einstein and Hawking, has had major failings because they haven’t factored in consciousness into the equation. He described three levels of consciousness– neurological, psychological, and a kind of meta-consciousness which pulls in information from all sources, and “technically would not require a brain…and implies infinity.”

Meta-consciousness suggests that life-after-death is a reality, as consciousness can exist outside the brain, Neppe noted. “In our model, we cogently argue that time is not just one linear dimension that goes past, present, future, but that there are several different dimensions of time,” and all of existence could be said to exist at the same time because “we have an extended amount of time that always is, was, and will exist,” he continued. Dr. Close (appearing in the third hour) commented that scientific views have been limited for many years, and required a more expansive paradigm or framework.

Using mathematics, Close developed his theory of “dimensional extrapolation,” which suggests the existence of additional dimensions– at least 10, which coincides with what has been said in string theory. There are three dimensions of time, three of space, and three of consciousness, and a 10th dimension that is “transfinite,” he detailed. Humans inhabit all of these dimensions, “however there are also other forms of consciousness that inhabit some of the dimensions” that may or may not impinge on what we experience through our physical senses, he explained. “The universe itself is conscious and intelligent and has an innate order to it,” Neppe added.

According to these two scientists, there was nothing that ruled out the existence of God in their Theory of Everything. One of them also said that their science colleagues were afraid to talk about UFOs because they were afraid their reputation might be damaged and would not get the support they wanted or were getting from the University they were in. I don’t remember if these scientists believed in intelligent design or not. They did however believe in UFOs and psychic phenomenon, and said that those scientists who denied such things were real were brainwashed. And if you read their biography, it’s clear that these are not simple idiots but among the top “wise” of the world. One of them is even an expert in psychology, brain medicines, and even on how the brain physically works! So if they are saying Mainstream Scientists are (in general), brainwashed, and you combine that statement with the claims of scientists who believe in Intelligent Design and/or the Bible and ones who are also accomplished ones (and combine that with the former atheist champion Antony Flew‘s statements against atheism); it puts Mainstreamers in a very bad light and is strong evidence that they are not trustworthy with philosophical or religious truths, let alone ones discovered through the classical scientific method of Mainstreamers. <a href="“>Dr. Close published a book this Theory of Everything. I’m not sure why Neppe isn’t included as at least an editor since I thought I heard them say they both worked on this theory, or maybe Neppe just “peer reviewed” it. The show can be heard on Youtube, just click here. It’s sad that it will take seeing God himself and being before the entrance to Hell before some will finally believe in God and his justice, and by that time, there will be no more mercy, no more offer of salvation.

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Darwinist Richard C. Hoagland Supports Lying To Keep The Peace

November 30, 2009 Leave a comment

“[The] social fabric requires lies to hold them together. Don’t you agree?” said and asked Richard C. Hoagland on Coast to Coast A.M. last night, a Darwinist and Big Bomber believer who spends his time rambling about Torsion Field Physics, the face and pyramids on Mars, and NASA, hoping to be seen as a legitimate scientist by mainstream scientists and “the masses”. Ian Punnet, who was hosting that night, didn’t say a word against that statement, and that wasn’t a surprise to me, being that he’s a hypocrite who claims to be a Christian yet strongly opposes the Christians who believe in absolute truth and promote it.

I wonder, if because Richard is desperate to embraced by NASA and the federal government, agreed with the Darwinists among them, that lying is a necessary thing, so that they would accept him as one of their own and let them in on their secrets and share their power with him.

My Reply to Mormon S.W.D.

My part reply to a Mormon, who seems to be a female:

S.W.D: "Mormons are cool- they’re always nice."

I met mormon missionaries who’ve been unfriendly to me. "Nice" at the beginning?: 6 were rude from the start, including a teen female. I’ve met 20 or more. One mormon said to, "I only care about having fun". He was fine with giving me some of his food whenever I came over, yet could care less about any problems I had in life. He was so addicted to games and toys that it overoad his paranoia over me having broken my probation (years ago) for something that was my p.o.’s fault.

One mormon missionary threatened in front of me in loud anger to rip up anything I gave him (merely) if it wasn’t going to agree with mormonism. Some lied about not being allowed to use the Internet. Is that "nice" to you; to arbitrarily rage and lie?

A mormon girl I met before that became enraged over a few emails she hadn’t even bothered to read, but just didn’t like that I send four in a day. She would later stalk me and then via the Internet, in public for the whole world to see, tried to get friends and strangers to burn my house down. It’s all documented.

One mormon missionary I met called to rebuke me for supposedly being at home and not letting him in and completely ignoring that he was at my door, but he was assuming, and his assumption was false.

One mormon bishop implied that he valued his mormon friends over obeying Scripture.

In total, five to seven of them harassed me, two very maliciously.

And does nice include repeatedly and as a way of life giving false interpretations of Scripture? Does it include the Mountain Meadows Massacre? Does it include Joseph Smith’s blackmailing teens into marrying and having sex with him and blackmailing their parents into letting him by threats of God sending them to Hell? Does it include Mormon child abusers who have been caught molesting, raping or abusing kids? Where is your common sense? You are so stupid, that you believe that millions and millions of Mormons throughout history are all good, that there are no fakes not even corrupt or apostate or backslidden ones? Not only are you denying Scripture in three ways (1.claiming that false Christians – Mormons – are nice on the outside, as if that matters more than the heart – and 2. you’re implying that Mormons who are false Christians as they do not fully accept Christ’s word are true Christians, and you’re rejecting it too by denying false Christians can be members of the true church, and 3. your denying that Christians ever sin! You’re extremely blind! Common experience shows no one is perfect, that’s why Jesus died for sinners in the first place and why God constantly tells us to obey him!)

S.W.D: "They think they’re right,"

Everyone does, so what? And what matters more: thinking you’re right, or being right and saying what is right? Common sense.

S.W.D: "but they won’t tell you you’re going to hell just cuz you believe different".

Wrong: Joseph Smith did. and many don’t even believe in Hell, and again one attempted to murder me via friends and strangers. Furthermore, since when did God say not to tell anyone they are going to Hell if they are unrepentant? Never, but just the opposite: In the Old Testament God repeatedly though rarely over the thousands of years, had prophets repeatedly warn Israel that they would be severely punished in various horrible ways even to their near extinction for not obeying Him. And Jesus and the apostles repeatedly told people they were going to Hell in various severe and detailed was for not believing his word, which was God’s word. And so what if Mormons don’t directly say, "You’re going to Hell unless you agree with me"?; what childish reasoning you have!: IMPLYING that Mormons are good so long as they don’t DIRECTLY say, "You’re going to Hell unless you agree with my personal beliefs and my feelings!" You yourself imply things all the time, does that mean you’re free from any sin so long as you don’t directly say anything? So as long as you don’t tell a direct lie, or say, "I hate you" but only imply it, you’re "nice"? Not according to Mormons when they are condemning you for not believing what they do. Mormons condemn people for indirectly going against their religion all the time, why then do you imply that only if they directly condemn you to Hell are they nice? You, like every Mormon I’ve had a religious encounter with, are being hypocritical. You remind me of anti-Christians who say all kind of evil things to me who as long as they don’t use "foul language" / "dirty words" think God is fine with the evil they say, or who think though they insult me and lie to me that they aren’t hating me as long as they don’t say, "I hate you." People like you are teaching, "You can do any evil to someone you want and still be good as long as you don’t tell them that you hate them." You’re sick, twisted and backwards.

Jesus suffered Hell to keep a limited number out of it and warned people as did the other prophets that the world was on it’s way to Hell unless it repented. I’m happy I’m no Mormon, but instead, a Christian.

So then, the behavior of Mormons and these logical arguments against them evidence shows that Mormons are liars, hypocrites, and panderers.