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Author Interview XVIII: Connected: The Emergence of Global Consciousness, by Roger Nelson

Context from Cecilia: How did I hear about GCP and Prof Roger.Nelson’s life-long research?

In 2009 I was a guest speaker at a Pot-luck dinner (Informal Think Tank) hosted by founded by Sergio.Lub in San Francisco. His regular event was sponsored by the Institute of Noetic Science, so I heard about Roger (Prof Nelson)’s project because GCP is a major collaborator with the Institute. Small world. Now I find myself searching for the latest in his research and came across this blog post interview with him! Excellent!


Carlos S. Alvarado, PhD, Research Fellow, Parapsychology Foundation

Over the years I have seen Dr. Roger Nelson at various conventions of the Parapsychological Association and of the Society for Scientific Exploration, and had the pleasure of publishing an interview with him in this blog in 2014. During that period he worked at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research  laboratory and presented many papers reporting experiments about psychokinesis.

Roger Nelson 3 Roger Nelson

Roger held the position of Coordinator of Research at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Laboratory located at Princeton University (1980-2002). Since 1997 he has been the director of one of the most exciting research programs in parapsychology, the Global Consciousness Project, which is the topic of the book discussed here.

The book, Connected: The Emergence of Global Consciousness (Princeton, NJ: ICRL Press, 2019; available via Amazon), is about the development and results of  The Global Consciousness Project (see also…

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