was educated as a mathematician, was trained as a computer scientist, and worked as an information systems architect in business for twenty years, mainly for IBM in sales and marketing in London in the 1960s and 70s and in software development in Stockholm in the 1990s.
Since 1980, he has been working as an autodidact, using these skills to develop a systemic, rational methodology that can answer the most critical unanswered question in science: “What is causing scientists and technologists, aided and abetted by computer technology, to drive the pace of scientific discovery and technological development at unprecedented exponential rates of acceleration?”
As this question cannot be answered within the materialistic worldview of mechanistic science, he has spent the second half of his life developing and applying a nonaxiomatic, holographic science of mind and reason called Integral Relational Logic. This experiment in learning has been naturally guided by the most fundamental law of the Universe, called the Principle of Unity: Wholeness is the union of all opposites.
This commonsensical science of Intelligence and Consciousness, which we all implicitly use to form concepts and organize our ideas, provides the Cosmic Context, Gnostic Foundation, and coordinating framework for all knowledge, called the Unified Relationships Theory or Panosophy, fully integrating all sciences and humanities, ending the traditional separation of science, philosophy, and religion.