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  • With my adventurous and creative colleague Dr. Kathy Creath, a research professor of optical sciences at the University of Arizona who holds two PhDs—one in optical sciences, the second in music—I decided, somewhat on a lark, to explore the feasibility of using this technology to measure the possible presence of angels.

    The Sacred Promise

  • For each of the four evening experimental sessions, Dr. Creath and I placed four germanium leaves, as well as four geranium flowers, in a completely dark, light-tight chamber that was housed in a light-tight darkroom.

    The Sacred Promise

  • With my adventurous and creative colleague Dr. Kathy Creath, a research professor of optical sciences at the University of Arizona who holds two PhDs—one in optical sciences, the second in music—I decided, somewhat on a lark, to explore the feasibility of using this technology to measure the possible presence of angels.

    The Sacred Promise

  • With my adventurous and creative colleague Dr. Kathy Creath, a research professor of optical sciences at the University of Arizona who holds two PhDs—one in optical sciences, the second in music—I decided, somewhat on a lark, to explore the feasibility of using this technology to measure the possible presence of angels.

    The Sacred Promise

  • With my adventurous and creative colleague Dr. Kathy Creath, a research professor of optical sciences at the University of Arizona who holds two PhDs—one in optical sciences, the second in music—I decided, somewhat on a lark, to explore the feasibility of using this technology to measure the possible presence of angels.

    The Sacred Promise

  • For each of the four evening experimental sessions, Dr. Creath and I placed four germanium leaves, as well as four geranium flowers, in a completely dark, light-tight chamber that was housed in a light-tight darkroom.

    The Sacred Promise

  • For each of the four evening experimental sessions, Dr. Creath and I placed four germanium leaves, as well as four geranium flowers, in a completely dark, light-tight chamber that was housed in a light-tight darkroom.

    The Sacred Promise

  • For each of the four evening experimental sessions, Dr. Creath and I placed four germanium leaves, as well as four geranium flowers, in a completely dark, light-tight chamber that was housed in a light-tight darkroom.

    The Sacred Promise

  • Others—who seem still young to me—include Katherine Creath, Ph.D., Lewis Mehl-Madrona, M.D., Ph.D., and Katherine Burleson, M.D. The combination of their inspiration and critical examination provides me with energy and guidance.

    The G.O.D. Experiments

  • Ln is to commit a category mistake, for meta-linguistic assertions need not have counterparts in their object languages (Goldfarb 1997, Creath 2004, Richardson 2004).

    Vienna Circle

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