William Bradford Terry, Brad Terry 

                                 Member of the Board of Directors


 Living in Maine, Brad Terry is a great supporter and advocate of the new approach and making the modern TM technology available to soldiers and veterans, with its profound health benefits. A student of Benny Goodman, Brad is a jazz clarinet player and accomplished whistler.He has played with the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Doc Cheatham, Buck Clayton, Red Mitchell, Buddy Tate, Elliot Zigman, Eddie Thompson, John Basile, Steve Grover and Lenny Breau. 


Brad has been also a dedicated educator, founder of Jazz Camp Foundation in the USA, for talented young musician from Europe, especially from Poland. The Terry family has been active in social work on many fronts. Brad has helped to develop many new successful projects, e.g. The Extended Family network in the U.S.A. - developing the communities of active independent living for the elderly. Brad is a direct descendant, and named after, William Bradford, who brought the first English pilgrims across the ocean to America aboard Mayflower.


The GAPWM in the News

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 The approach has been  validated by more than 50 replications & 23 studies  published in leading peer-reviewed  scientific journals.It is based on 25 years of scientific research. It has been endorsed by hundreds of independent scientists and scholars.


The Unified Field technology, Invincible Defense Technology (IDT) is THE ONLY METHOD of  violence prevention and conflict resolution based on modern statistical research. All the approaches used today lack even  the  slightest  statistical  evaluation as  to  their effectiveness. They based on guess.


  The Genesis 2.0 Project     


"Compared with the market-driven, killer-app insta-culture of the Digital Age, the new Large Hadron Collider exists in a near-magical realm, a $9 billion cathedral of science that is apparently, in any practical sense, useless."


              Kurt Andersen, Vanity Fair, 

                                     January 2010