Presentation at the University of Oxford: Theory of Reality

Dr. Wiebers, Presentation at the University of Oxford: Theory of Reality, November 2, 2012, Oxford, England.

OXFORD, ENGLAND – Dr. David Wiebers’ Theory of Reality presentation at the University of Oxford, in Oxford, England, was well attended and extremely well received.

Audience members remained keenly engaged through a 45 minute presentation followed by 20 minutes of questions and answers. According to Professor of Neurosurgery, Mr. Richard Kerr, who chaired the conference, attendance was higher than expected and the audience stayed an unusually long time asking questions. There was great enthusiasm from the attendees and vigorous applause following both the presentation and the Q and A session.

One of the neurologists in attendance commented after the meeting, “this must be how it felt when William Harvey presented his findings on the circulation of the blood”, alluding to Harvey’s pioneering work in the early 1600s regarding the fundamentals of how blood circulates in the body.

It proved to be a lively conference with profound interest on behalf of those in attendance.

One Response to Presentation at the University of Oxford: Theory of Reality


  1. Robert Kuchman says (2013-07-02 04:44 PM):

    Excellent work!


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