Dr. Claude Swanson Ph.D.
Dr. Claude Swanson Ph.D. was educated as a physicist at MIT and Princeton University. During those years he worked at the MIT Science Teaching Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory and a Virginia cyclotron in the summer. At Princeton, he received the National Science Foundation Fellowship and Putnam Fellowship. His Ph.D. thesis at Princeton was done in the “Gravity Group,” which focuses on experimental cosmology and astronomy, and was headed by Professor Robert Dicke.
Dr. Claude Swanson conducted postgraduate work at Princeton and Cornell Universities. For the last twenty years, interspersed with his conventional professional career in applied physics, Dr. Swanson has pursued investigations into unconventional physics. His latest research focuses on a variety of phenomena which are not understood within conventional Western physics, and yet there is growing evidence that such phenomena occur. These include the effects of non-local consciousness and long range energy healing, as practiced in Traditional Chinese medicine. One of the keys to understanding these phenomena is a new form of energy which has so far been overlooked by Western physics, although it has a long history in oriental medicine. This energy has been variously called “Chi” by Traditional Chinese Medicine, “Prana”by Hindu yogis, and “Torsion” by modern Russian scientists. It serves to unify and explain many of the unusual aspects of consciousness and explains how the “life energy” interacts with the material world.
“Life Force, The Scientific Basis”
“The Synchronized Universe”
“Science of the Soul, the Afterlife and the Shift”