Julia is a disarmingly congenial scientist who believes any question can be asked – and some of these can even be answered in ways that will support a thriving future for humanity. For the past 15 years she’s been studying the psychology, physiology, and physics of precognition and time travel, a course of study that at first led her away from mainstream science, and now, back into it. An internationally renowned expert on prediction, she has addressed audiences of all stripes around the world in her work shaping the field of time travel; to that end, she is co-organizing the invitation-only Quantum Time Machines conference for July 2022 at U. San Diego. Having taught intensives on precognitive forecasting to executives at Google [X] and at the Vail Symposium, invented and patented Choice Compass (a physiologically based binary decision-support app), she currently pursues her mental time travel and precognition research as funded by the Robert Wood Johnson and Bial Foundations.
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