In this video, James E. Holmes is said be 18 years old (6 years ago), speaking at a Science Camp. He is talking about “Temporal Illusions,” which he describes as “an illusion that allows you to change the past.” He speaks of his mentor’s (see below) interest in “fantasy vs. reality,” and “Subjective Experience.” Of interest, beyond the obvious in this video, is the news that he was one of about a half-dozen students to receive a Federal grant from the NIH to study neuroscience with a focus on training “outstanding neuroscience students who will make a significant contribution.” If you have missed the story of the Aurora, Colorado murders at a Batman: The Dark Knight Rises midnight viewing, find the details here. To read about and honor the victims, visit Michelle Malkin. In the ABC video below, you’ll also see items from Holmes’ apartment, taken to a field and detonated.
In the video you’ll see these credits:
Computational Neurobiology Lab
Dr. Terrene Sejnowski
Mentor John Jacobson
About his mentor, he also says:
He also studies subjective experience which is what takes place inside the mind as opposed to the external world. I carry on his work in Subjective Experience.
Movie Shooter James P. Holmes at Age 18 at Science Camp: Reality vs Fantasy (video)