The world today is dominated by science and by its underlying assumptions, which are seldom explicitly articulated. The Galileo Commission’s remit is to open public discourse and to find ways to expand science so that it can accommodate and explore important human experiences and questions that science, in its present form, is unable to integrate.

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Water, Healthcare, and Destiny – Stephen Schwartz

The Schwartzreport tracks emerging trends that will affect the world, particularly the United States. For EXPLORE it focuses on matters of health in the broadest sense of that term, including medical issues, changes in the biosphere, technology, and policy considerations, all of which will shape our culture and our lives.

January 1st, 2020|Categories: 2019, Article, News, Stephan Schwartz|0 Comments

The search for extraterrestrial life – Gerard Aartsen

But when we broaden our inquiry into the nature of extraterrestrial life by including additional methods of questioning, as we take into account science’s self-declared limitations, avantgarde scientific experiments that look beyond those limitations, the latest scientific insights, previously esoteric notions about the nature of matter, and eyewitness accounts from people the world over, a plausible window opens onto a world as yet unseen, but one that can well be explained and argued, even within the limits of our current understanding.

December 28th, 2019|Categories: 2019, Essay, News|0 Comments

Life is One – The Teachings of George Adamski

A website, published by Gerard Aartsen, a Galileo Commission affiliate, highlights the teachings of George Adamski and beautifully summarises leading evidence that we are all interconnected and that life is one. Indeed, the Adamski case points in the same direction as do the conclusions of the Galileo Commission Report.

December 25th, 2019|Categories: News|0 Comments
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