robert lanza time magazineRobert Lanza is a world renowned scientist from Boston, Massachusetts. Lanza has been named one of TIME Magazine’s 100 most influential people and has made extraordinary contributions to the world of science.

Currently, Robert Lanza stands as Chief Scientific Officer at Ocata Therapeutrics (formerly Advanced Cell Technology) and Adjunct Professor at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He attended the University of Pennsylvania, receiving both his B.A. and Doctor of Medicine degrees. Additionally, Lanza was named a University Scholar as well as a Benjamin Franklin Scholar.

While well known for his work and research in stem cells and regenerative medicine, Robert Lanza is also recognized for his development of the theory of biocentrism: a theory of the universe.

Biocentrism is a theory in which life and biology are the central pieces to reality and the cosmos. The central idea is that life creates the universe rather than the other way around.

The biocentric theory proposed by Robert Lanza builds on quantum physics. While physics is considered fundamental to the study of the universe and chemistry is fundamental to the study of life, biocentrism places biology before any other science to produce a theory of everything – a theory of the universe.

For more information about the theory of biocentrism, check out these interesting and thought-provoking books written by Robert Lanza.

  • Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe
  • Beyond Biocentrism: Rethinking Time, Space, Consciousness, and the Illusion of Death

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