Date: Sunday September 26 at 7pm EST
Title: Vol II: Cheikh Anta Diops dream of a United Africa – the economic vision for an African Belt and Road Initiative
Lecturer: Nicholas Jones
Bio: Nicholas is a professional dancer with La Grande Ballet de Montreal who has performed around the world and recently founded the Artists Alliance for Africa as a non-profit devoted to bringing classical artistic training to children in Kenya with the goal of establishing a full academy in Africa. Part one can be viewed here.
Date: Sunday October 3 at 4pm EST
Title: Africa’s Emerging new Renaissance: The Silk Road and Beyond
Lecturer: Lawrence Freeman
Bio: Editor-in-Chief of Africa and the World. Most recently, he was appointed Vice Chairman of the Lake Chad Basin Scientific Committee and is currently working on a project to replenish the shrinking Lake Chad. Presently, he is teaching courses on the history of Africa, utilizing his decades of experience and knowledge.
Date: Sunday October 10 at 2pm EST
Title: Quantum Mechanics De-Mystified: Uncovering the Sub-Quantum World
Lecturer: Dr. Jonathan Tennenbaum
Bio: Jonathan has Ph.D in mathematics and works as a researcher and consultant on economics, science and technology. He has written extensively on fundamental problems in the natural sciences, and most recently authored a provocative series of articles on artificial intelligence for Asia Times. He is also a classical pianist and lecturer.
Date: Sunday October 17 at 4pm EST
Title: The Women who Discovered Atomic Physics and the Scientific Culture of the Future
Lecturer: Madeleine Therrien
Bio: Madeleine is an primary school teacher who has worked on pedagogical teaching techniques for children and has lectured on literature and history for the Rising Tide Foundation.
Date: Sunday October 24 at 4pm EST
Title: A Physical Economic Program of Real Development
Lecturer: Sam Labrier
Bio: Sam has a degree in History from Concordia University and obtained his engineering degree from Ryerson University in Toronto. He has worked in the fields of nuclear engineering, electrical power engineering, and optical biophysics.
Date: Sunday October 31 at 4pm EST
Title: There are No Limits to Growth: Fusion Torch to Terraforming
Lecturer: Cynthia Chung
Bio: Cynthia is Editor and Co-Founder of the Rising Tide Foundation and is a writer for the Strategic Culture Foundation. She is a classically trained pianist with experience leading choral works and holds a BSC in Molecular Genetics.
Date: Sunday November 7 at 4pm EST
Title: The Pythagorean Revival Needed to Overthrow the Standard Model Priesthood
Lecturer: Matthew Ehret
Bio: Matthew is a co-founder of the Rising Tide Foundation, Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Patriot Review and Senior Fellow of the American University in Moscow. He is a BRI Expert on Tactical Talk and a writer for the Strategic Culture Foundation.
Date: Sunday November 14 at 4pm EST
Title: Working Towards the Creative Trinity – How Form Might be Included n a New Physics
Lecturer: Michael Clarage
Bio: Dr Michael Clarage received his PhD in physics from Brandeis University in 1992, studying the biological and statistical behavior of proteins. Prior to that, he spent several years studying binary pulsars at the Arecibo radio telescope. He has given traveling lectures in the areas of fractional calculus, fractals, and chaotic systems as well as presented public talks on such topics as relativity and dimensions, transformation in supernova and metamorphosis in biology. Dr. Clarage is currently a scientist with the SAFIRE Project. www.aureon.ca
Date: Sunday November 21 at 4pm EST