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OMNISCIENTIFIC COSMOLOGY - 1/3 - Anthony marr

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Uploaded on May 7, 2009

In 1979, Anthony Marr camped out solo in Africa for 2 months, "searching for himself". What he brought back to Canada was 2000 pages of hand-written notes, which, after a quarter century, was finally published in the form of his 600-page magnum opus titled [ Omni-Science and the Human Destiny ] - see www . HOPE-CARE . org. Please also read the blog titled [ Bloody Superstition and New Cosmology ].

University of California, Berkeley

Biology, Prof Richard W. Holms: ... truly deserves the name OMNI-SCIENCE... great depth...

Astronomy and Physics, Prof Marc Davis: ... a forward- looking moral framework... an important contribution to society..

Anthropology, Prof Tim White: ... Marr's synthesis is formidable.

Paleontology, Prof Carole Hickman: an extraordinary intellectual undertaking a bold and eclectic piece of scholarship

Zoology, Professor Richard C. Strohman: ... original thoroughly logical might indeed fill a large gap in the way we think...

Botany, Professor Herbert G. Baker: extremely interesting... an important contribution...

Institute of Human Origins, Berkeley, Dr. William Kimbel: ... a profound contribution... implications of great depth and breadth for the future course of human actions... too important to ignore..

Stanford University

Sociology, Professor Alex Inkeles: ... impressed me not only with the quality of his presentation, but also the quality of his thinking. The range of his knowledge is broad, and for something so broad seems impressively authoritative...

Philosophy, Professor John Dupre: ... a highly intelligent, thoughtful man who has evidently acquired a thorough knowledge of the impressively broad range of topics over which his ideas range... extremely intriguing and provocative... incomparably more edifying...

Astrophysics, Prof Vahe Petrosian: fascinated... very ambitious taska beautiful synthesis captivating... should be of interest not only to experts but to all thinking people of the world.

Anthropology, Professor John W. Rick: very thought provoking a serious, well-founded vision.

Philosophy, Professor John Bogart: ... has plainly synthesized a great deal of information in a number of distinct disciplinesorganized it into an interesting and coherent wholecompellingintended to have moral importcan be cast into a form of interest to moral philosophy.

Geology, Professor W.R. Evitt: ... sincerity, imagination, intellectualism and scholarship an immensely logical construct meticulously thought out, with great care majestic in scope but intrinsically simple, satisfying and optimistic important ideas with great potential for lessening the conflicts in a troubled world..

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