Science and Nonduality Conference Streaming Live and On Demand at, October 20-23, 2011

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Top scientists, philosophers and spiritual teachers will consider the concept of time from a variety of perspectives

Science and Nonduality Conference

Science and Nonduality Conference, the leading online destination for video programs from the world's best conferences and events, announced that starting October 20, 2011, it will live stream sessions from the third annual Science and Nonduality conference, which will gather more than 70 spiritual thinkers, philosophers, artists, teachers and psychologists to explore the concept and paradox of time from the perspectives of modern science, ancient traditions, philosophy, phenomenology, psychology and, of course, direct experience.’s Science and Nonduality offering enables viewers to watch the sessions of the four-day event live as they happen from October 20, 2011 to October 23, 2011, or on demand after the event has ended. Viewing options include free video highlights of individual conference sessions available on demand, and a $195.00 event pass to view all complete conference programs live or on demand.

The Science and Nonduality Conference, originating from San Rafael, California, will feature presentations of world-renowned quantum physicists, scientists, lecturers and authors like Jeff Foster, Stanislav Grof, John Hagelin, Menas Kafatos, Lynne McTaggart, David Peat, Dean Radin, Rupert Spira, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, Fred Alan Wolf and many more. Complete conference information can be found at

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