A Tribute to Dr. Brian O’Leary (1940 – 2011)

Tribute Program (Crossing over the Bridge) August 4, 5 & 10, 2011. (Twenty-Two in the Series) Panel: Author James Redfield, Novelist and Filmmaker Leonardo Wild, Scientist Nassim Haramein, Free Energy Researcher Wade Frazier & Journalist Patrick J. O’Brien ‘A Tribute to the Life and Work’s of Author, Scientist & Astronaut Dr. Brian O’Leary (Part One in Three Program Tribute)

Dr. Brian O’Leary and David William Gibbons worked together during programs, the culmination of which resulted in over 26 hours of recordings. During this time they established the Conscious Governance Council to which two programs were completed prior to the passing of Dr. O’Leary. These and all programs have been researched and edited for the purposes of presenting Dr. O’Leary’s work in a two hour special tribute, celebrated by guests whose appearances have shared visions and ideas alongside this extraordinary human being.

Dr. Brian O’Leary – A Tribute
Biography
Dr. O’Leary, Ph.D., is a scientist-philosopher with fifty years of experience in academic research, teaching and government service in frontier science and energy policy. He was a NASA scientist-astronaut during the Apollo program, the first to be selected for a planned Mars mission, and participated in unmanned planetary missions as an Ivy League professor.

Over the past four decades, Dr. O’Leary has been an international author, speaker, peace activist, founder of non-profits, and advisor to progressive U.S. Congress members and presidential candidates.

Brian’s latest book, “The Energy Solution Revolution”, describes the enormous potential of breakthrough clean energy technologies, their suppression and their logical necessity for our survival. Zero-point (vacuum) energy, cold fusion, and advanced hydrogen and water chemistry could provide us all an abundant future for all of humanity.

In 2004, he and his wife, the artist Meredith Miller, moved to the Andes in Ecuador, where they co-created Montesuenos – an eco-retreat and educational center dedicated to creativity and the rights of nature.

    • Starr Atherton
    • August 12th, 2011

    The world has lost a most precious valuable advocate and friend to the Pacha mama, free energy, and the rights of Nature. Brian was so big, death will not stop him. It will take at least 12 people to cover the amount of tererritory he encompassed in his work. His interview with Bill Ryan shows the light he carried, and he did not look like he was going to leave us for a long long time. The loss is unimaginable.

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