Anthony Chipoletti graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1980 with a BS degree that included training in Chemistry, Biology, and Psychology. He was employed for a time in Pittsburgh in 1968 as a medical research technician in hematology and hemophilia research with Jessica Lewis, who discovered Factor VIII.
In my opinion, human experience is a result of the so-called big bang event. This idea of mine is a stand-alone description of how photons affect humans. By stand-alone, I mean that I make this statement only about what it contains. For example, I am saying that human experience is limited to it's physicality. There are an infinite set of implications that one may make about physicality. Physicality may include many observable aspects other than a human experience.For this topic, I am expressing my opinion that human experience is time-bound. Specifically, I am talking about my past 25 years of reviewing near-death events. An event in my life illustrated to me that time may pass very slowly for humans. Photons at the speed of light may have little or nothing to do with time passing. Near-death events may be the awareness and experience of moving at light speed. My idea about awareness is that it is eternal, infinite and always intangible. I am speaking here only about my own experience and my own definition of life. I believe that my awareness has no speed limit and is not in any way physical. I believe that my awareness exists for the act of observing any physicality. My awareness is an intangible HOW which exists for the purpose of observations. Observations, in my opinion, are of any physical aspect of life, human or not. It is undeniable that I exist, I have an identity, and I am aware of reality. There is nothing that is self-evident, everything must be tested by reality. Obviously, my idea of reality differs from any other, and must be tested too. We all drink from the same fountain of wisdom. I am Graviton Ring. 
Free Thought - it's not what you think :) I am not an atheist, nor a theist, nor an agnostic. I consider myself to be an absolutely free thinker. I believe there is nothing preconceived nor dogmatic anywhere at all in the infinite universe. The physical reality is bound by a type of dogma, however I define that dogma as chaos within the irreversibility of time.My own opinion about our freedom to choose is that we have the ability to define ourselves as an observer. Everyone has the freedom to define their own awareness from their own point of view. There might be billions of different ways to observe reality. Just as there are a billion different stars. There are also billions of ways to define what we observe. There are obviously billions of objects which can be observed. The question for science to answer now seems to be exactly how are any physical objects created. Or perhaps, whether what is observed is actually physical or simply perceived to be physical. Identifying awareness as solely a physical object might limit our freedom to choose. My opinions are often based on ideas such as the ones at this site: The Philosophy of Objectivism One of the ideas there that I particularly like is that it is undeniable that we exist, have an identity, and are aware of reality. Also that these three axioms are indeed undeniable, however, they are not self-evident. Rather that nothing is self-evident because everything must be tested by reality. 
Free Thought, a brief summary of time. I consider myself to be an absolutely free thinker. I believe there is nothing preconceived nor dogmatic anywhere at all in the infinite universe. The physical reality is bound by a type of dogma, however I define that dogma as chaos within the irreversibility of time. Any dogma in the physical cosmos is a record of the past. I believe there are no real-time events in the physical cosmos, only a history of past events. Real-time events happen in every instant, an entire infinite set of new experiences without pausing nor repeating. Any God, in my opinion, would have to be exactly the same as any other sentient being: an intangible observer of this infinite set of new experiences. An intangible observer, by my definition, cannot ever be observed. The physical cosmos may have existed forever, in what cosmologists now call the eternal universe. It seems that the observers must have existed forever as well. Eternal inflation and self-reproduction of the universe is a phrase that I learned from Andre Linde, a well-known and respected cosmologist. This brings me to my new motto: Let's all agree to disagree. In other words, every observer has the ability to think freely from their own point of view about anything and everything. From my point of view, we can improve the physical reality, however, we cannot make it perfect. There is perfection in the real-time events because they happen without repeating themselves. Improving the physical reality is possible only by correcting our misconceptions about real-time events. We all drink from the same fountain of wisdom. I am Graviton Ring.
My real life experience showing me my brain needed weeks to construct the present moment. Inside the brain the so-called future may actually be the past. The brain needs a long time to construct the present moment. The event below happened to me in the mid 1990s which was about 50 years after I had a near death experience at age seven. I was working through PMH Atwater's book FUTURE MEMORY. You can find the book with a web search. James van Avery has an experiment which PMH Atwater thoroughly outlines in the book. Here is a description of the James van Avery experiment.I worked through the experiment VERY SLOWLY over several days. I let everything marinate in my mind. The outcome of the lesson was a picture which I drew in pencil on a piece of typewriter paper. I set it aside for several weeks. There was an internet workshop at Verizon Corporate offices in Pittsburgh PA which I attended about a month later. When I arrived at the Verizon office building there were about 20 people already seated in the presentation room. As soon as I sat down, I got chills and goosebumps! This room was in the pencil drawing which I had drawn last month. I dismissed the idea of seeing the future because something directly in front of me in my drawing was MISSING. Then a few seconds before the demonstration began two young women arrived LATE to the lecture. They quickly grabbed two chairs for themselves, AND PLACED THE CHAIRS EXACTLY WHERE THE CHAIRS AND THE WOMEN WERE DRAWN DURING MY EXPERIMENT. Years later I realized I was actually seeing the past. My brain was very slow at constructing the moment of the lecture. It cannot catch up to the speed of infinite awareness EVER. It just sees a movie filmed a LONG TIME AGO. I did actually experience the lecture exactly as it happened except my brain needed all of the so-called future to get the movie of the lecture ready to be seen. I USUALLY DISAGREE WITH almost any interpretation of events like this experience. My motto is LET'S AGREE TO DISAGREE. One IMPORTANT DETAIL, my drawing was a MIRROR IMAGE of the actual scene. I had to flip the paper over and view it from the back to align the actual scene as it appeared to me during the lecture. During my experiment and the actual event, the earth traveled 50 million miles in 30 earth days, however light took only 4 or 5 seconds to travel 50 million miles, what did my brain do in those 50 million miles ??My brain was experiencing 30 days of earth time while the actual event happened in only a few seconds from the time I drew the mirror image of the event and the actual experience of the event...
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Birthdate
Dec 29th, 1939
Location
New Kensington, PA, USA
Episode Count
11
Podcast Count
1
Total Airtime
2 hours, 9 minutes