College education in Electrical Engineering and Laser Optics Engineering. Holds patent for a telecommunication product by US Patent & Trademark Office. Several decades of research in Quantum Theory, Relativity and cognitive science. Equally fluent in English, French, Spanish and Creole. Long time soccer fan, loves watching soccer games in leisure time.
What is your favorite book?
My favorite book is Otono del Patriarca, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Blew my mind first time I read it. A read for anyone who loves literature. Written in an unusually innovative style, the style itself overwhelms the subject matter and gives it a surreal dimension.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up under the hot Caribbean sun. I don't know how that influenced my writing. But I think that everything in my background seemed to have conspired to make of me a thinker.
This proposal exposes a rational perspective to scope God and initiates a form of conversation about God that may, if practiced, help keep us together thru our cultural differences instead of pulling us apart as usual thru discord and hatred. The author looks at religious mysticism mainly from an Enlightenment perspective in a clear and effective attempt to demystify religious canon of all faiths.
Quanto-Geometric Theory is a new modern-physics theoretical model aimed at the interpretation of physical matter beyond Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity. It affords a natural and simple path to the long-sought unification of Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity. The Theory stunningly derives the fundamental Quantum parameters and gravity from one single mathematical formalism.
A book that goes beyond speculation and hypotheses about the mind and presents for the first time a clear layout of the organization and operation of thought processes. This book finally takes the mind out of the black box and sheds light on a stunning array of mental phenomena including mental disorders and paranormal behavior. An easy-to-follow exposition despite the complexity of the subject.