Do You See What I See?
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Do You See What I See? : Memoirs of a Blind Biker

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Russell Targ has been visually handicapped since childhood and yet he has performed groundbreaking research in lasers and optics and participated in recently declassified, NASA-sponsored work in "remote viewing." He is grounded in the world of science and yet co-created the Cold War spy program that became the real X-Files--the CIA- and NASA-sponsored work in "remote viewing" that has only recently been declassified.Targ's memoir also reads like a cultural history of the last half of the twentieth century. He meets and befriends--and tells wonderful anecdotes about--such people as Alan Greenspan, Ayn Rand, and Alan Alda, among others, including his brother-in-law, chess champion Bobby Fisher."Do You See What I See?" is the remarkable story of a visually impaired physicist who sees beyond perception to help readers find meaning and joy.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 200 pages
  • 152.4 x 231.14 x 27.94mm | 566.99g
  • Hampton Roads Publishing Co
  • Charlottesville, VA, United States
  • English
  • 1571745599
  • 9781571745590
  • 1,462,527

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"Beautifully written, straight from the heart. Russell Targ is a great treasure of our time. He's a new breed of scientist who's not afraid to incorporate spirituality and deep intuition into his life and his conception of consciousness. I never miss a word of what Russell says. Read his story in this book and learn from him!" --Judith Orloff, MD, author of "Positive Energy""Blessed with genius, creativity, and uncommon insight into what really matters, Russell Targ's odyssey is a hero's journey--a venture into the unknown and a return that makes all our lives richer. Targ is one of the great explorers of consciousness in the modern era. "Do You See What I See?" is the record of a life worth paying attention to." --Larry Dossey, MD, author of "The Extraordinary Healing Power of Ordinary Things""Russell Targ's autobiography stands as testament to the extraordinary capacities of human potential. From his role in the early development of the laser, to his systematic exploration oshow more