Exploring the Life of Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla was a rare genius who never received the recognition he deserved while alive. (He was overshadowed by his former boss and rival Thomas Edison). Tesla gave us neon and fluorescent lighting, electric motors, and robotics–just to name a few of his Promethean contributions to humanity. A prolific inventor, one can even call him… Continue Reading


The Walter Russell Story as told by Michael Hudak

Ted Henry interview with Michael Hudak, president of the University of Science and Philosophy. Founded by Walter and Lao Russell. Genius Inherent In Everyone! This is what Walter Russell (1871-1963) proved convincingly during his lifetime. After leaving school at the age of 9, in order to earn money, he very successfully explored (amongst others) music,… Continue Reading


Terence McKenna: The Last Word

This film is dedicated to the work and play of Terrence McKenna, on the fractal edge of time, 1946 – 2000. Terence Kemp McKenna was an American author, public speaker, metaphysician, psychonaut, philosopher, ethnobotanist, art historian, and self-described anarchist, anti-materialist, environmentalist, feminist, Platonist and skeptic. During his lifetime he was noted for his knowledge of… Continue Reading