Original Broadcast November 19, 2010 – Launch program in the series “Crossing over the Bridge” Panel Dr. Irving Dardik, Tom Bowman, Nassim Haramein & Baza Novic

Listen to Program – Original Broadcast November 19, 2010 – The First program in the Series “Crossing over the Bridge” Panel Dr. Irving Dardik, Tom Bowman, Nassim Haramein & Baza Novic. Dr. Irving Dardik is a true maverick and a thinker of vast proportions. His background includes an illustrious career as a vascular surgeon, almost a decade of work with the U.S. Olympic  Committee’s Sports Medicine Council (which he founded), an award-winning career as an amateur sprinter, and the culmination of all of this – Dardik’s formulation of SuperWave Theory. A competitive sprinter throughout high school and college, Dardik decided to forgo ambitions of becoming an Olympic sprinter and instead attended Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia, following his undergraduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania – where he had been Captain of the track team. Dr. Dardik spent four years as a surgical resident at the Montifiore Medical Center in New York City. In 1972, early in his medical career and while in private practice as a vascular surgeon, Dr. Dardik invented the Dardik Biograft™, a vascular bypass graft that uses tissue from the umbilical cord. Told by his superiors that this would never work, Dardik persisted and within years the procedure was being performed by surgeons around the world and, to date, has helped tens of thousands of people. This innovative technique earned Dr. Dardik the American Medical Association’s most prestigious award for research, the Hektoen Gold Medal, in 1977. Tom Bowman and an interdisciplinary team of experts announce the launch of ClimateEngage.org. The website invites people from all walks of life to publicly endorse a call for the science community to help Americans make informed choices about climate change risks on their own behalf. Their call to action says it’s time to establish a non-partisan, communications-driven initiative that will actively inform the public about climate change using evidence-based science. It calls on the science community to re-assert its role as the trusted broker of unbiased information and to challenge the misinformation and misconceptions that undermine public engagement. The letter was published in Science on November 19, 2010, and is available at http://www.ClimateEngage.org.

In the past 20 years, Mr. Haramein has directed research teams of physicists, electrical engineers, mathematicians and other scientists. He has founded a non-profit organization, the Resonance Project Foundation, where, as the Director of Research, he continues exploring unification principles and their implications in our world today. The foundation is actively developing a research park on the island of Hawai’i where science, sustainability, and green technology come together.

Baza Novic is the co-director of Evolver Los Angeles, a member supported group focused on building creative community. Novic is a skilled storyteller, survival expert, permaculture artist, guerrilla gardener, urban witch, and a former US Marine. Working toward creating transformational stories, Novic’s work is always geared towards assisting the global psychic-spiritual evolution and accelerating the rise of a holistic worldview with new cultural narratives. His list of projects include: hosting the sold out 2012: Time For Change film premier in LA, featuring Evolver founder, Daniel Pinchbeck, organizing and facilitating community tree planting projects, leading discussions on topics as varied as modern witchcraft, integration of the shadow self, environmental stewardship and the healing power of medicinal plants. Novic was also the co-facilitator of the 2010 Reality Sandwich  “Dimensional Shift” retreat in Boulder, Utah alongside artists Alex and Allyson Grey and best-selling author, Graham Hancock. Novic also works to support military personnel, and those suffering from addictions, by building a support network and providing coping mechanisms to handle PTSD. He lives in West Hollywood as a reluctant edgewalker practicing desperate acts of magic.

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