The 20th Century saw myriads of scientific advances, but perhaps the most important single, unified body of scientific knowledge remains one of its most controversial. This science, which its pioneering founder Dr. Wilhelm Reich named Orgonomy, focuses on how energy functions in the living and the non-living realm and offers ground-breaking applications in fields as seemingly diverse as biology, psychology, meteorology, cancer formation, sociology, political thinking and UFO studies, among other areas of study. Yet to this day ‘official’ science continues to ignore, distort, attack and confound the legitimacy of Reich’s rich legacy. This talk presents a concise biography of this brilliant scientist and reviews the evolution of his scientific and sociological work. Investigative writer Peter Robbins has maintained a strong interest and involvement in Reich and Orgonomy for more than 40 years.