Antoine Suarez

Antoine Suarez

Antoine Suarez is a Swiss quantum physicist, philosopher, and bioethicist. He is the Director of the Centre for Quantum Philosophy (Zürich and Geneva) and has proposed and performed experiments demonstrating that the quantum correlations come from outside space-time. He has also written several books.
 

Charlotte Brady

Charlotte Brady

International poet and writer Charlotte Brady was born in Sweden and has lived in New York, Jamaica, and Barbados. She now resides in Miami and is currently working on a poetry trilogy. The first book in the trilogy, As Silence Is Your Witness, was published in 2015.
A long time yoga practitioner, she has previously worked as a yoga teacher, and as an editor for the literary magazine Mudfish, in New York.
 

Christian Combaz

Christian Combaz

Christian Combaz is a French writer and essayist. He has been writing about time paradoxes and perception of time for more than twenty years.
 

Daniel Innerarity

Daniel Innerarity

Daniel Innerarity is Professor of political and social philosophy at the University of the Basque Country in Spain, and director of ‘Globernance’ (Instituto de Gobernanza Democrática). He contributes regularly to the Spanish newspaper ‘El Pais’ and has written a number of books, including ‘The Future and its Enemies’ (El futuro y sus enemigos, Ediciones Paídos, 2009).­
 

Etienne Klein

Etienne Klein

Etienne Klein is a physicist and Director of Research at the Atomic and Alternative Energy Commission (CEA). He also broadcasts on France Culture radio (The World According to Etienne Klein). He is a prolific writer, perhaps best known for his Discours sur l’origine de l’univers (Champs-Flammarion, 2012).
 

François Martin

François Martin

Physicist and Honorary Research Fellow at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) as well as a specialist in quantum electromagnetic field theory, François Martin was awarded the CNRS Bronze Medal in 1975. For the past few years, he has been studying synchronistic phenomena and has published numerous articles on the theme of ‘Quantum Mechanics and the Psyche’.
 

Jacques Vallée

Jacques Vallée

Mathematician and physicist Jacques Vallée does not restrict himself to maths and physics.  They are only a few of the tools he uses to boldly take on - and successfully complete - ambitious scientific projects, such as the creation of the first computerized map of Mars, or the development of the INTERNET's predecessor - the ARPANET, the first social network conference software of its kind.
 

Kristie Miller

Kristie Miller

Kristie Miller is joint director of the Centre for Time studies at the University of Sydney, working with Dean Rickles and Alex Holcombe on a 'new program for the study of time'. As senior ARC fellow and Professor in the philosophy department, she has turned her focus on time itself. Her research seeks, firstly, to tune our understanding of physics and metaphysics to recent discoveries that suggest time does not, in fact, exist; and secondly, to explore what this discovery implies for us and how it may affect the way we live.
 

Lisa Gummesson

Lisa Gummesson

Born in Stockholm into a family of writers, Lisa currently lives in Paris where she took a Masters Degree in Philosophy under the direction of Renaud Barbaras. She works as a freelance translator and is also interested in Scandinavian literature that she actively promotes in France. Lisa is responsible for the fiction at Time Matters.
 

Marina Gorbis

Marina Gorbis

Marina Gorbis is executive director to the Institute for the Future (IFTF, Silicon Valley in California). Here are a few highlights from her book, 'The Nature of the Future: Dispatches from the Socialstructed World', which came out in April 2013.
 

Naomi Oreskes

Naomi Oreskes

Naomi Oreskes is a science historian and Professor at Harvard University, specializing in futurology. She is a fierce opponent of mass propaganda in all its forms. Erik M. Conway is a NASA historian. He studies the way national politics interact with scientific research and technological change.
 

Paul and Gaétan BRIZZI

Paul and Gaëtan BRIZZI

Paul and Gaëtan BRIZZI are identical, monozygotic twins. That is, they come from a single fertilized egg and share the same nuclear gene set (like clones).
These talented twins were born in Paris in 1956, to Italian parents from Calabria. It was obvious from the very beginning that they would go far; and, by the age of twenty, they had already created the cartoon that would launch them into a spectacular career.
 

Philippe Guillemant

Philippe Guillemant

Philippe Guillemant is a highly distinguished physicist and research scientist at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and author of The Road of Time: the Theory of Double Causality. Research projects under his direction have included work into the visual system of the brains of tomorrow’s humanoid and industrial robots. He has received numerous awards, including the CNRS Cristal.
 

Sophie Cherel

Sophie Cherel

Sophie Cherel is a freelance translator specialising in literature and philosophy. She has lived in many different countries, at first due to a haphazard upbringing and later as a matter of habit, using journalism as an excuse, mainly, to travel and surf. Eventually she settled down in the Canary Islands, where she's been translating for the last few years. Working for Time Matters Review has led her to delve into quantum physics and the weirdness of time, and she looks forward to understanding some part of it some day.