Dr. Norman Doidge
“[Nature] has given us a brain that survives in a changing world by changing itself.”
"The Brain That Changes Itself" has sold over 1 million copies.  This New York Times Bestselling Author is a psychiatrist who teaches at University of Toronto’s Department of Psychiatry and at Columbia University.
Dr. Poppy Crum
“It is the end of the poker face.”
Neouroscientist Crum’s cutting edge work ushers in the Era of Empathetic Technology.  She is Chief scientist at Dolby Laboratories and Associate Professor at Stanford University.
David Gelernter
"...doing and being, thinking and feeling, is infinite because it contains a continuum of possibilities, like the space between 0 and 1."
The New York Times calls him a “rock star” of the computing world.  A prolific writer, artist, and Yale University professor of computer science, he is also chief scientist at Mirror Worlds Technologies.
Philippa Gregory
“I believe in my responsibility for my own destiny.”
Ms. Gregory is an established historian and best-selling author of "The Other Boleyn Girl, The White Queen", and "Lady of the Rivers", among others.  She recently joined University of London as an honorary research fellow.
Dr. Michio Kaku
"All kids are born geniuses, but are crushed by society."
Theoretical physicist, bestselling author, acclaimed public speaker and renowned futurist, Kaku carries on Einstein’s search for a grand unified theory of everything.
JZ Knight
“The one right that we should be is divine. That divine right leads us to genius.”
Unique channel of Ramtha, best-selling author of "A State of Mind, My Story", and inventor of the breakthrough light medicine invention, "The Blu Room", which received its US patent in 2018.
Spiritual Teacher, Ramtha
“It isn’t that genius comes to you. It is that one gives oneself the permission for a flow of superconsciousness that is already there.”
Through observation, reflection, and contemplation, Ramtha became enlightened, conquering the physical world and death itself. His teachings are not a religion, but a unique perspective from which to view the mystery of life.
Dr. Stanley Krippner
“The body does not end with our skin - it extends into time, into space, and into other people.”
One of the world’s leading experts in studying the untapped potentials of the human mind, Krippner is Professor of Psychology at Saybrook University, and former director of the Kent State University Child Study Center.
Dr. Chiara Marletto
“If there isn’t a law that proves that I can’t... why should I stop asking greater questions and push the boundaries of what’s already been proved by science.”
Quantum physicist at Oxford University working on "Constructor Theory", a new theory of information in physics explaining how quantum information and classical information are related to one another and can solve problems at the foundations of physics.
Jason Padgett
“Doctors tell me that nothing in my brain was newly created or added when I was injured. Rather, innate but dormant skills were released.”
Number theorist and artist with Acquired Savant Syndrome, Jason’s autobiography, "Struck by Genius", is being adapted as a major motion picture.
Paris Reid
“I especially love the idea of manifesting things into existence that are grander beyond what I could possibly imagine right now.”
Paris’ stunning fine art with an emphasis in luminous portraiture exemplifies a unique vision made manifest. She enjoys a devoted circle of celebrity and non-celebrity subjects as well as placement in galleries worldwide.
Margaret Starbird
“It is the loss of the feminine counterpart of God that causes the wound that never heals.”
Best-selling author of "The Woman with the Alabaster Jar: Mary Magdalene and the Holy Grail" and international lecturer on the Divine Feminine and the Sacred Marriage at the core of the Christian story.
Dr. Sam Sternberg
“CRISPR gives us the power … to rewrite the very molecules of life any way we wish…”
Sternberg co-authored "A Crack in Creation", about the discovery, development, and applications of the new CRISPR gene editing technology.  He is assistant professor at Columbia University.
Dr. Feryal Ozel
“We’re testing [Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity] in the vicinity of black holes, which is its most bizarre prediction…that means a mathematical infinity in space time curvature and in energy density.”
Feryal Özel was part of the collaborative team of the Event Horizon Telescope that made history in April when it captured the first-ever image of a black hole the supermassive one at the center of M87, a galaxy 54 million light years away. Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics at University of Arizona.