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Popular podcast host Tim Binnall has retired his long-lived Binnall of America show. He returns to The Experience to look back on how his views have grown through interviewing guests in the paranormal fields–and also, to look forward to where research might just be heading.

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  1. Just a fun observation: The
    Just a fun observation: The idea of a unified theory of the phenomena reminds me of the boggart scene in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. For anyone who hasn’t seen this movie, the boggart, being a shape-shifting intelligence whose true form is unknown (movie definition), resides in an antique armoire. When the armoire is opened, the boggart assumes the appearance of that which is the student’s greatest fear. The student’s training, here, resides in his or her learning to project their imagination into the form they see and make it appear ridiculous (e.g., making a gigantic spider lose its balance by imagining it wearing roller skates).

  2. For those of you who are not
    For those of you who are not familiar with Robert Lanza, MD, I highly recommend his book that came out in 2007, ‘Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe’, a very compelling read…

    Here is a blurb from his website about what ‘biocentrism’ is:

    “Biocentrism (theory of everything) from Greek: βίος, bios, “life”; and κέντρον, kentron, “center” — also known as the biocentric universe — is a theory proposed in 2007 by American scientist Robert Lanza, which sees biology as the central driving science in the universe, and an understanding of the other sciences as reliant on a deeper understanding of biology. Lanza believes that life and biology are central to being, reality, and the cosmos—consciousness creates the universe rather than the other way around. While physics is considered fundamental to the study of the universe, and chemistry fundamental to the study of life, Lanza claims that scientists will need to place biology before the other sciences to produce a “theory of everything”.

  3. The subject needs people like
    The subject needs people like Tim and I’m sure whatever he decides to do next will be worth listening to. Honest voices speak for all of us, and honest uncertainty has far, far more value than dishonest certainty, the weight of which is just a fool’s burden.

  4. Great to hear Binnall and
    Great to hear Binnall and Vaeni chatting together. (time for a new Good Parade?)
    After this interview I tracked down the BOA interview Tim talked about regarding Adam Davies et al and their experience with an apparent portal and emerging beings. Bizarre and fascinating tale. Be good to get Davies on The Experience, if he was up for it.
    Cheers.

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