The Anderson Institute

'Where history is becoming an experimental science'
The Anderson InstituteAnderson Multinational
The Anderson Institute is a private research and development laboratory whose resources are targeted specifically at the time control applications using time-warped field technology in its proprietary time reactor systems.
In addition to leading-edge development research and development activities a key goal of the Institute is to actively support education initiatives. The Institute promotes and supports the ongoing collection, correlation, communication and development of scientific information and theories on time control and time travel. A three-part strategy to achieving its goals in education that includes:
  • The World Time Research Association (WTRA) provides an easy and free networking opportunity for students, scientists and teachers from around the world to monitor, study and advance the development of time control capabilities. The WTRA also encourages the free exchange of educational materials for teachers.
  • The "World Encyclopedia of Time" is hosted on this website as a free educational resource representing the largest collection of information on time, time control and time travel in the world. The encyclopedia addresses not just the science of time control and time travel but also concepts of time and its use in religion, philosophy, literature, art and culture.
  • Educational programs and lectures are supported with selected universities, organizations and youth programs via the World Genesis Foundation and its association with the United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organization.
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