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Harold E. Puthoff, Ph.D.
Dr. Puthoff is currently director of the Institute for Advanced Studies at Austin. A graduate of Stanford University in 1967, he is now a physicist specializing in fundamental quantum electrodynamics. Dr. Puthoff has served on a number of national and international commitees and advisory groups including the Congressional Clearinghouse on the future. He also acts as a consultant to various government agencies and corporations. Dr. Puthoff has published numerous papers on electron-beam devices, lasers, quantum zero-point-energy effects, and human perception. His publications include "Mind Reach,"and "Fundamentals of Quantum Electronics." His present research interests range from theoretical studies of the quantum vacuum as a "Rosetta Stone" for understanding the stability of matter, gravitation, and cosmology to laboratory studies in energy research. He has patents issued and pending in the laser, communications, and energy fields.
Ingo Swann is a gifted artist, writer, and psychic. Using his extraordinary abilities, he has participated in scientific/government research projects for the past 30 years. He has also been a psychic subject at SRI. He is the author of several books, including "To Kiss The Earth Goodbye", "Cosmic Art", "Star Fire", "Natural ESP", "Your Nostradamus Factor", and "Purple Fables." Swann is featured in three separate volumes of Time-Life's series "Mysteries of the Unknown."
Swann is best known for his continuing work in advanced parapsychology. He has contributed to work in several research centers including SRI and the American Association of Psychic Research. Swann has lectured widely and appeared on over 100 television programs nationally and internationally. Reports on his many parapsychological tests, creative input, and his involvement in PSI warfare have achieved serious press coverage unusual in parapsychology. He also worked at the United Nations for several years. Swann is now a well-known artist whose paintings appear in many private collections. His visionary space-age art is collected by the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum.