The Science of the Soul presents and explains the overwhelming scientific evidence discovered during the last 100 years that leads to the conclusion that each human being has a supernatural soul. The science upon which this is based is mainstream science including biology quantum physics and math. It is not based on paranormal occurrences parapsychology extrasensory perception out-of-body experiences or near-death experiences. The book identifies human capabilities and characteristics that cannot be explained by science as natural phenomenon and which are thus "supernatural" phenomenon.
The book also examines statements by prominent scientists that are in agreement with the above-described conclusion. These scientists include:
Albert Einstein (developed the theory of relativity and contributed to the development of quantum physics) Charles Darwin (developed the theory of evolution) Stephen Hawking (astrophysicist) Niels Bohr (contributed to the development of quantum physics) Erwin Schrödinger (developed the Schrödinger wave equation of quantum physics) William Provine (Cornell University professor of biological science and the history of science) Steven Weinberg (astrophysicist and winner of Nobel Prize) Marvin Minsky (MIT researcher in artificial intelligence) Richard Dawkins (Charles Simonyi professor of the public understanding of science Oxford University and author of books on evolution) Sir John Eccles (winner of Nobel Prize for brain research) and others.
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Kevin Favero has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois and an M.B.A. from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. Since 1973 he has worked as an engineer and consultant in the energy and utility industries. During his high school years Mr. Favero attended Divine Heart Seminary in Donaldson Indiana a preparatory seminary for the Priests of the Sacred Heart.
Mr. Favero's spiritual and scientific training has led him to investigate the scientific evidence of human souls.
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