Etho-Geological Forecasting

Scientific Survey Paper by David Jay Brown & Rupert Sheldrake

Interview with William Kautz

Interview with James Berkland

Interview with Marsha Adams

Interview with Motoji Ikeya

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David Jay Brown Bio

Animals and Earthquakes

David Jay Brown

David J. Brown

David Jay Brown holds a master's degree in psychobiology from New York  University (1986), and a B.A. in psychology from the University of  Southern California (1983).

David was responsible for researching the section on unusual animal  behavior and earthquakes for British biologist Rupert Sheldrake's  bestselling book on the unexplained powers of animals: Dogs That Know  When Their Owners Are Coming Home (Crown, 1999), and his widely  reprinted essay on this subject "Etho-Geological Forecasting" was  published in the Oxford University Press book First Certificate  Masterclass Workbook. David has appeared in numerous television  documentaries talking about unusual animal behavior prior to  earthquakes, including, the PBS Nature documentary "Extraordinary Cats",

and the BBC and The Discovery Channel's show on "Psychic Animals" Animal X .

David is the co-author of three volumes of interviews with leading-edge  scientists and artists--Mavericks of the Mind (Crossing Press, 1993),  Voices from The Edge (Crossing Press, 1995), and Renaissance of the Mind

(St. Martin's Press, 2005)--and he is the author of two science fiction  novels, Brainchild (New Falcon, 1988) and Virus (New Falcon, 1999).  David was also responsible for the California-based research in Rupert  Sheldrake's book The Sense of Being Stared At (Crown, 2003), and he  co-authored three scientific papers with Dr. Sheldrake. David is  currently working on a book for Health Freedom Publications entitled  Mavericks of Medicine. To find out more about David's work visit his  award-winning Web site:



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