Dr. Wiebers Presents Keynote Address at 2nd International Congress of Neurology and Epidemiology: Theory of Reality, on November 8, 2012, in Nice, France.
NICE, FRANCE – Dr. David Wiebers presented the keynote address on the Theory of Reality (TOR) at the International Congress of Neurology and Epidemiology in Nice, France on November 8, 2012.
The presentation was exceedingly well received by a very large international neuroscience audience representing 81 countries around the world. Following the presentation, the TOR was immediately acclaimed by both the Chairman of the conference, Professor Valery Feigin, and its President, Professor Maurice Giroud, as a groundbreaking landmark achievement.
There was widespread enthusiasm among the participants, and Professor Feigin, in his comments after the talk, further stated that the work represents an exciting and revolutionary discovery that can change neuroscience and science forever.
Although there was no planned question and answer session in the program following the keynote presentation, the Chairman and President decided that in view of the unique and potentially historic nature of the address, they wanted to make an exception and provide time for questions and answers. After a wide-ranging discussion, the Chair had to eventually suspend the questions in order to proceed with the rest of the scientific program.
Subsequent to the scientific sessions, many more questions and comments followed on an individual level. One of the participants, a professor of neurosurgery from Germany, indicated that she was profoundly moved that someone had finally put into words what she had intuitively known all of her life, but could never fully express. Several other similar sentiments were expressed by attendees from other countries.
All in all, the meeting proved to be an incredible format for launching the TOR into the international neuroscience community.