Robert Davis is an internationally recognized research scientist and author, and after receiving his doctorate degree in 1981, he conducted research, taught, and was an administrator for the State University of New York for over thirty years. Bob has spoken about his research on the effects of environmental and toxic stimuli on the brain and sensory systems in venues that vary from national and international scientific conferences to over sixty published research articles in scholarly journals. Since his retirement, he has spoken on over one hundred national and international radio shows and podcasts about his recent research publications on the Science of the Subjective and human consciousness. Bob has also written three books seen HERE.
What People Are Saying About Dr. Davis’ Work
This inspiring, thought provoking, and educational book on the integration of science and reality is a conceptual breakthrough. Science, wonder, reality, and what it means to be human are all explored in depth in this book. This is truly an explosive read; well written and thoroughly researched. I loved it.Brian Olmstead, Ph.D., neuroscientist
A much-needed scholarly and well-argued review of the evidence for various kinds of profound states of knowledge and awareness that people experience on a daily basis. Davis shows how a wide variety of unusual phenomena may all be related, presenting a rationale and framework for their scientific study within the physics of consciousness.Russ Scalpone, Ph.D., psychologist