Bruce Harold Lipton (born October 21, 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist who supports the theory that gene expression can be influenced (via epigenetics) by environmental factors, i.e. environmental factors have a greater impact on health than genetic research has determined. In his book The Biology of Belief he claimed that our beliefs control our biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science.

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  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born October 21, 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist who supports the theory that gene expression can be influenced (via epigenetics) by environmental factors, i.e. environmental factors have a greater impact on health than genetic research has determined. In his book The Biology of Belief he claimed that our beliefs control our biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born October 21, 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist who supports epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief he claimed that our beliefs control our biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born October 21, 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief he claimed that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs exercise greater control over human biology than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's claims have not received much significant attention from mainstream scientists as of yet. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Most of Lipton's claims are not accepted by the scientific community. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. From 1973 to 1982, he taught anatomy at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, before joining St. George's University School of Medicine as a professor of anatomy for three years. Lipton has said that sometime in the 1980s, he rejected atheism and came to believe that the way cells function demonstrates the existence of God. From 1987 to 1992, Lipton was involved in research at Pennsylvania State University and Stanford University Medical Center. Since 1993, he has been teaching in non-tenured positions at primarily alternative and chiropractic colleges and schools. Lipton has stated "When I first started back in the 70s and my research was coming out, it was the golden age of genes. My research irritated a lot of people. I always thought of them as lemmings running off the cliff of DNA and I'm standing there on the side with the results from my stem-cell studies thinking, 'Oh my God, you're all going the wrong way. At some point I realised that they marginalised my work because it didn’t conform to their conventional beliefs and I thought, well, they’re not even being scientists. And I just left the system. I realised the message is more important for the average person than it is to argue in the halls of science". Lipton has received the 2009 Goi Peace Award. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his work on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims goes against mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's silly claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American Developmental Biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
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  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born October 21, 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist who supports the theory that gene expression can be influenced (via epigenetics) by environmental factors, i.e. environmental factors have a greater impact on health than genetic research has determined. In his book The Biology of Belief he claimed that our beliefs control our biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born October 21, 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist who supports epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief he claimed that our beliefs control our biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born October 21, 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief he claimed that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs exercise greater control over human biology than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's claims have not received much significant attention from mainstream scientists as of yet. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Most of Lipton's claims are not accepted by the scientific community. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. From 1973 to 1982, he taught anatomy at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, before joining St. George's University School of Medicine as a professor of anatomy for three years. Lipton has said that sometime in the 1980s, he rejected atheism and came to believe that the way cells function demonstrates the existence of God. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his work on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims goes against mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American developmental biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's silly claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
  • Bruce Harold Lipton (born 21 October 1944 at Mount Kisco, New York), is an American Developmental Biologist notable for his views on epigenetics. In his book The Biology of Belief, he claims that beliefs control human biology rather than DNA and inheritance. Lipton's extraordinary claims have not received attention from mainstream science. (en)
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