December 13, 2021
at Online via Zoom.
We are entering an age of scientific discovery that is beginning to chip away at longstanding ideas about how time works. But more than 30 years ago portions of the intelligence community (IC) became aware of the science supporting precognition -- the often-underdeveloped human capacity to retrieve accurate information about events not determined or revealed until after the information is already retrieved. An idea not yet mainstreamed in polite scientific circles largely due to taboo, scientific progress related to the nature of precognition and what it tells us about the future continues to be pursued quietly by mainstream scientists and others. In this talk, Dr Mossbridge will speak to what she has learned in her 15+ years straddling mainstream cognitive neuroscience, edge science, and technology in her research on precognition. View Event