Drutakarma dasa (Michael A. Cremo) was accepted by Srila Prabhupada as his disciple in 1976. His main service in recent years has been in the field of science and Krishna consciousness. His books include Forbidden Archeology (with Sadaputa Dasa), Human Devolution, and My Science, My Religion. He is assisting the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium in the design of exhibits for the museum and planetarium theater that will be housed in the TOVP’s West Wing.
The Future of Science and Krishna Consciousness: The Questions We Need to Ask
All levels of ISKCON’s membership encounter questions about science and Krishna consciousness. Those who try to answer those questions for others will inevitably find that they must first answer some basic questions themselves, questions about how we position ourselves in relation to our traditional sources of knowledge: guru, sadhu, and shastra. This seminar identifies the positioning questions we should ask ourselves, individually and collectively, about science and Krishna consciousness. The future of ISKCON in the modern world depends on having the right answers to these questions. But the first step is having the right questions.