Fausto Intilla (February 6, 1972), theoretician, aphorist, inventor and scientific popularizer (contact: firstname.lastname@example.org), has Italian origins but lives and works in Switzerland (Ticino County). In the field of inventions, his name is linked to the “Tree Structure“; one of the most popular anti-seismic structures for bridges and viaducts patented in Japan and in the United States. Intilla, is also the creator of “Principle of Quantum Compensation of Subconscious Nucleuses”. His research on subconscious nucleuses and the experiments proposed by him for the verification of such Principle, have been taken into consideration by several research groups in both Europe and the United States; one of these is the renowned P.E.A.R. laboratory (Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research) situated in New Jersey, USA. The research in this science by Dr.Roger D.Nelson and colleagues, after the closure of the PEAR laboratory, were transferred here: ICRL. In this Institute, the research has been directed mainly toward the “Global Consciousness Project“.
His last books are: “AURUM“, “Fisica dell’invisibilità. Metamateriali e tecnologie del futuro“, “L’Esperimento di Afshar. Verso un nuovo approccio al principio di complementarità“ and “Fisica dell’Informazione, ultima frontiera della scienza” (all published by “Aracne Editrice“, Rome, Italy) . English books by Fausto Intilla: “The Synchro Energy Project, beyond the Holographic Universe“, eBook (published by “Lampi di Stampa”, Milan, Italy).
“Dear Fausto,you should not apologize for “crazy ideas”;they are the only things that move human knowledge forward.In my opinion,the most serious problem facing contemporary science is the arrogance of its practitioners,who seem incapable of saying the two simply phrases “I don’t know” and “I was wrong”.But without the humility implied by these,it is impossible to learn something new.One can only reinforce what one thinks one already knows. We are touched by your enthusiasm for our work (…).Although this topic continues to be regarded as controversial by most mainstream scientists,it does seem to be attracting a growing interest and respect,especially among younger people.Perhaps the paradigm is not as far from that long-predicted shift as we had thought (…)”. Brenda Dunne