John Hagelin Ph.D
John Hagelin, Ph.D., is a world-renowned quantum physicist, educator, public policy expert, and leading proponent of peace. Dr. Hagelin received his A.B. summa cum laude from Dartmouth College in 1975 and his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1981.
Dr. Hagelin has conducted pioneering research at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, C.E.R.N. Geneva, Switzerland. He is a former researcher at S.L.A.C. National Accelerator Laboratory (a multipurpose laboratory for astrophysics, photon science, accelerator, a particle physics research center) operated by Stanford University for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science. Dr Hagelin is the author of more than 70 papers published in journals such as Physics Letters, Nuclear Physics, and the Physical Review, his scientific contributions in the fields of electroweak unification, grand unification, supersymmetry, and cosmology include some of the most cited references in the physical sciences. He is responsible for the development of a highly successful grand unified field theory based on the superstring—a theory that was featured in a cover story of Discover magazine.
Dr. Hagelin is at the pinnacle of achievement among the elite cadre of physicists who have fulfilled Einstein’s dream of a “theory of everything” through their mathematical formulation of the Unified Field, the most advanced scientific knowledge of our time.
Dr. Hagelin is currently Professor of Particle Physics and leading researcher at Maharishi University of Management, Iowa, U.S.A., and the President of the David Lynch Foundation. Dr. Hagelin has been conducting field tests and research on the Unified Field Technology (TM&TMSidhi) Quiet Impact Groups and their Combined Impact since he joined M.U.M. The special focus of his work concerns the practical implementation of the Unified Field (TM&TMSidhi) effect for the society, especially significant in effective removal of violence and improvement of the quality of life. Dr. Hagelin has been working and conducting field tests with the second largest Unified Field Technology (TM&TMSidhi) Quiet Impact Group in the world, which is located in Fairfield, Iowa. The Unified Field Technology (TM&TMSidhi) Quiet Impact Group, established and maintained at the number of the square root of one percent of the U.S. population has been operating daily at M.U.M campus in Iowa, since 1979. It is the largest experimental project concerning practical implementation of the Unified Field Technology (TM&TMSidhi) Effect.
In recognition of his outstanding achievements, Dr. Hagelin was named winner of the prestigious Kilby Award, which recognizes scientists who have made “major contributions to society through their applied research in the fields of science and technology.” The award recognized Dr. Hagelin as “a scientist in the tradition of Einstein, Jeans, Bohr and Eddington.”
Dr. Hagelin has appeared many times on ABC’s “Nightline” and “Politically Incorrect,”NBC’s “Meet the Press,” CNN’s “Larry King Live!” and “Inside Politics,” CNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal,” and others. He has also been regularly featured in the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, and most other major metropolitan newspapers. Dr. Hagelin was the Natural Law Party and Reform Party U.S. Presidential candidate for the 2000 election.