Dr. Wolfgang Baer received his Ph.D. in Physics from the UC Berkeley. He started a computer graphics development company, has run a multi million dollar simulation laboratory for the US Army at Ft. Ord California, and held a research professor position at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey California. There he developed programs for unmanned aerial vehicles cognitive vision interpretation. His interest in cognitive brain functions has lead to publications exploring the physics of consciousness, real intelligence, and research applications directed toward the extension of cognitive brain capability beyond its normal limits.
After retiring from NPS Dr. Baer returned to Nascent Systems INc as its research director. His interest centers on an event oriented extension of quantum theory, which includes macroscopic phenomena that integrates subjective and objective experience. He has written peer reviewed articles in the Journal of Consciousness Studies, contributed to books such as A. Periera’s “The Unity of Mind, Brain and World” , and D. Chopra’s “Brain, Mind, Cosmos” and provided independent data reviews for experiments in neuronal entanglement and psychophysical interactions in quantum experiments conducted by the institute of Noetic Sciences (petaluma).