• Nicholas Percival

    Nicholas Percival is one of the main science judges this year for the festival. Nick graduated from Harvard in 1964 with a degree in Physics. That started a, now, 45 year focus on the Twin Paradox and from those studies a unique view of┬áthe relationship between Special Relativity and aether theory. Most CNPS members can […]

    Harry Hamlin Ricker III

    Meet a Science Judge Harry Ricker’s first dissident scientific paper was titled “Report On The Discovery Of Intellestellar Dust Filaments”. It reflects his interest in astronomy and astrophyscs, which was stimulated by his astronomy classes in college. Over the years he has owned a number of telescopes, and he is an active amateur astronomer. The […]

    Randall Meyers

    Born 1955 in the USA, Meyers has lived, studied, and worked in Europe since 1970. At the age of 12 Meyers began playing the guitar, greatly influenced by the booming jazz and Blues/Rock music of the late sixties. By the age of fourteen he was already a frequent quest player in the jam-sessions at the […]

    Glenn Borchardt

    A geologist by trade, Glenn Borchardt is the Director of the Progressive Science Institute, in Berkeley (www.scientificphilosophy.com), Borchardt published The Ten Assumptions of Science: Toward a New Scientific Worldview (iUniverse, 2004), in which he outlined ten fundamental, non-provable beliefs that served as the foundation of all scientific investigation. The opposing assumptions, just as non-provable, were […]

    David de Hilster

    David de Hilster is a documentary filmmaker, visual artist, and computer scientist in the area of artificial intelligence specializing in getting computers to understand human language. In the early 1990s, de Hilster was supported by the Los Angeles Country Museum of Art’s young artist gallery selling and renting paintings. In 1989, David de Hilster married […]

    Greg Volk

    Greg attended Stanford from 1979 to 1984 as an electrical engineer and also took the entire core undergraduate curriculum in physics. Although he did not complete my masters in signal processing, but did work in optical character recognition (OCR) and CAD conversion. An entrepreneur at heart, Greg chose not to go into physics or engineering […]

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