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A Conversation with Lazar Puhalo [Interview]
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine (2015)
  • Katina Michael
  • Lazar Puhalo
Puhalo is a Fellow of the Chester Ronning Centre of the University of Alberta, Canada. His formal studies include physics and neurobiology. Puhalo has travelled widely in the Middle East as a member of the Conversations with Islam project, lecturing in Syria and Turkey. His lecture series in Romania spanned six years, focussing primarily on social issues, and included participation in Templeton conferences on science and religion. He began work with the ecology movement in 1963 and continues to write and lecture on the dangers to our biosphere. Founder and abbot of All Saints Monastery near Vancouver, B.C., Canada, Puhalo is a retired hierarch of the Orthodox Church in America and serves as the Civil Liaison for the Canadian Archdiocese of the OCA. He is a consistent advocate for broader and deeper education in the sciences, ecological responsibility, the welfare of the mentally handicapped and affordable housing. Puhalo was a speaker at the Global Future 2045 International Congress events in 2012 and 2013.
  • transhumanism,
  • science,
  • technology,
  • military complex,
  • industrial complex,
  • brain computer interfaces,
  • microchips,
  • implantables,
  • power,
  • control,
  • surveillance
Publication Date
September 1, 2015
Citation Information
Katina Michael and Lazar Puhalo. "A Conversation with Lazar Puhalo [Interview]" IEEE Technology and Society Magazine Vol. 34 Iss. 3 (2015) p. 25 - 28
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