Founder and CEO of PhotoMed Technologies, Inc. (2000)
Led our team's 19-year project developing non-invasive tools aimed to improve impaired innate functions, relieve pain, restart non-healing wounds, and record the unexpected return back-to-normal in real time.
The team applied machine-learning (ML) methods to examine the recorded events. The data was collected without the bias of a hypothesis. ML uncovered events that appear to involve a change-of-state from impaired to homeostasis that occurs in zero-time. Isn't back-to-normal the default process? Could quantum biology in action explain the responses and outcomes?
What did the machine-learning methods find for neuroscientists?Mirror-neuron synesthesia, restoration of sensation, and restoration of movement
Worked directly with volunteers with "nothing works" pain and impairments in PhotoMed sponsored studies.
6 U.S. patents for methods for treating unresponsive pain and sensory / vascular / motor impairments.
Founder of Kensington Laboratories, Inc.(1972)
Mfr. of precision motion and measuring systems used in fabricating computer chips and finding / examining low-probability defects.
Company successful exited for $320M in 2000.
University of California - BS, Mechanical Engineering 1970
Professional Mechanical Engineer, California M15780
U.S. Commercial Pilot, Type Rating CE-500
Creating tools that improve the quality of life, anti-aging
Photography and electronic imaging
"The task is, not so much to see what no one has yet seen; but to think what nobody has yet thought, about that which everybody sees." Erwin Schrödinger
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