Stan Tenen, scientist,
philosopher, and teacher is available for
radio, TV, and print interviews.
Tenen's work addresses a wide
range of provocative issues in the
history of science, including its relationship with religion,
spirituality, and the science of consciousness. His far-reaching vision
challenges the paradigms of both science and theology, showing that the
revelations of mathematics and Biblical text may model the same
Reality. His work replaces the zero-sum games of endless competition
with the more inclusive win-win perspective of the golden rule. Stan's
work broadens the concept of language and demonstrates the connection
between the language of letters, the language of numbers and the Ground
Stan Tenen's unique presentations have been heard on national radio and
television appearances from KQED-TV's "Prisoner Rap Sessions" in the
late 1970's, to his many appearances on both Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove's
"Thinking Allowed" in the 1990's, and on "Coast to Coast AM" with Art
Bell and George Noory.
Tenen's ability to consolidate, articulate and clarify complex ideas
while inspiring his audience to think "outside the box" is more than
entertaining: His recovery of ancient perspectives, synthesized with
humor and the latest in mathematical theory serves to bridge the gaps
between differing viewpoints, and offers unexpected solutions and
opportunities for discourse between apparently irreconcilable world
views. Ultimately, such thinking may offer a key to addressing the
conflicts now playing out across the globe. Your audience will want to record this one.
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