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Published on Jan 14, 2018

Scientist Dan Winter talks fractal fields and golden ratio on WynwoodRadio with host, Ian Trottier.

Dan Winter, fractal field theorist and scientist, graduated with honors from the University of Detroit. Prior to working as a Systems Analyst at IBM, he pursued graduate studies in psychophysiology. In addition to working as an industrial metallurgist and as a crystallographer, Dan has undertaken studies such as quantum physics at the MIT space lab and has developed biofeedback prototype equipment as Dr. Albert Axe's protégé. Dan enjoys traveling and has sojourned his research to the Gurdjieff School of Sacred Gymnastics; Florence, Italy with Buckminster Fuller, The Gizah Pyramids, Israel, The Andes and to Findhorn. Dan currently consults for multimedia and virtual reality computer animation."

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