Anthony Marr’s OMNI-SCIENCE is available right here

In 1977, Anthony Marr, then 33, went solo camping in Africa for 2 months. His mission was to “seek himself” – a trendy pursuit in the then New Age era. Instead, he found something infinitely greater – a new model of the Universe, one based not on the hard physical sciences alone (physics, chemistry and astronomy, but the soft life sciences as well (biology, ecology and sociology). The simple reason for this radical inclusion is that the your body is as much an integral part of the Cosmos as a rock. Put more grandly, the biosphere of a planet is as much an integral part of the planet as its lithosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere, as the planet itself is an integral part if the Cosmos. Since all-sciences are involved in the creation of this new cosmic model, it is coined the OMNISCIENTIFIC COSMOLOGY, where “omni” means “all-in-one”. It has since Read More …

About Anthony Marr, the “Tiger Man”

Anthony Marr is best known probably for his work at and near India’s Kanha and Banhavgarh tiger reserves to help save the critically endangered Bengal tiger and its dwindling habitat, for which he was honored as the Champion of the Bengal Tiger in the award-winning 5-season TV series Champions of the Wild air on Discovery Channel and Animal Planet in 20 countries worldwide. His close friends fondly call him the “Tiger Man“. Following is part 1 of 2 of the Champion of the Bengal Tiger episode of  the 5-season TV series Champions of the Wild. This Part 1 will lead you to Part 2. It is the award-winning episode of the entire series, which is available online. Anthony Marr has a degree in physics, worked as a field geophysicist and an environmental technologist, and accumulated 7 years’ experience in real estate. As of the mid-90s, he became a full time advocate Read More …