iasoberg.com   has   been   established   by   Ed   Oberg   to   facilitate   and   promote   research   into   the   Allais   Effect   as   well as distributing the resulting findings of this work. Ed   Oberg   was   born   in   the   USA   (1943)   and   grew   up   in   the   Northern   Minnesota.   He   graduated   from   the   University   of Minnesota   where   he   received   a   Bachelor   of   Mechanical   Engineering   and   Industrial   Engineering.   He   has   had   an eclectic   career   as   a   professional   engineer   and   project   manager   at   Honeywell   and   Control   Data   in   the   USA,   and private companies and the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission in Australia. He   migrated   to   Australia   in   1969   and   has   lived   there   since.   In   1974   he   developed   a   special   interest   in   celestial mechanics,   this   led   him   to   undertake   research   work   in   the   area   of   gravitational   anomalies.   His   work   has   resulted the development of the Iasoberg Model. Ed   has   also   established   an   Internet   Yahoo   Group   which   is   comprised   of   approximately   150   members   who   regularly discuss   issues   related   to   gravitational   anomalies.   Click   on   the   Yahoo   Group    link   and   come   join   the   lively discussion! Bill   Oberg   is   1   year   younger   that   Ed,   born   in   USA   (1944).      He   also   grew   up   in   Northern   Minnesota.      He   was   trained as   an   electronic   technician   by   the   USAF   and   served   in   Vietnam.      He   joined   IBM   in   1967   and   had   a   stellar   career with   the   corporation.      He   was   the   senior   system   engineer   of   IBM   for   all   of   US,   Africa,   Middle   East,   Russia, Portugal,   France,   and   Italy   and   retired   as   one   of   5   of   their   senior   engineers.      While   at   IBM   he   furthered   his education in business, marketing and computer science. In   2007   Bill   started   assisting   Ed   with   developing   the   software   to   automate   the   outputs   of   the   Iasoberg   Model algorithms.      He   also   automated   the   display   of   the   outputs   on   various   Internet   mobile   devices   and   mapping applications and platforms. He   now   resides   in   Northern   Minnesota   where   he   is   in   the   process   of   developing   an   application   for   Android   that, not   only   shows   the   iasoberg   by   date,   but   also   displays   them   on   the   Samsung   companion   watch.   Stay   tuned   to   our News page for up and coming developments.

Bill and Ed Oberg

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iasoberg.com   has   been   established   by   Ed   Oberg   to   facilitate   and promote   research   into   the   Allais   Effect   as   well   as   distributing   the resulting findings of this work. Ed   Oberg   was   born   in   the   USA   (1943)   and   grew   up   in   the   Northern Minnesota.   He   graduated   from   the   University   of   Minnesota   where   he received     a     Bachelor     of     Mechanical     Engineering     and     Industrial Engineering.   He   has   had   an   eclectic   career   as   a   professional   engineer and   project   manager   at   Honeywell   and   Control   Data   in   the   USA,   and private   companies   and   the   National   Occupational   Health   and   Safety Commission in Australia. He   migrated   to Australia   in   1969   and   has   lived   there   since.   In   1974   he developed   a   special   interest   in   celestial   mechanics,   this   led   him   to undertake   research   work   in   the   area   of   gravitational   anomalies.   His work has resulted the development of the Iasoberg Model. Ed   has   also   established   an   Internet Yahoo   Group   which   is   comprised   of approximately   150   members   who   regularly   discuss   issues   related   to gravitational   anomalies.   Click   on   the   Yahoo   Group    link   and   come   join the lively discussion! Bill   Oberg   is   1   year   younger   that   Ed,   born   in   USA   (1944).      He   also grew   up   in   Northern   Minnesota.      He   was   trained   as   an   electronic technician   by   the   USAF   and   served   in   Vietnam.      He   joined   IBM   in   1967 and   had   a   stellar   career   with   the   corporation.      He   was   the   senior system   engineer   of   IBM   for   all   of   US,   Africa,   Middle   East,   Russia, Portugal,   France,   and   Italy   and   retired   as   one   of   5   of   their   senior engineers.      While   at   IBM   he   furthered   his   education   in   business, marketing and computer science. In   2007   Bill   started   assisting   Ed   with   developing   the   software   to automate   the   outputs   of   the   Iasoberg   Model   algorithms.      He   also automated   the   display   of   the   outputs   on   various   Internet   mobile devices and mapping applications and platforms. He   now   resides   in   Northern   Minnesota   where   he   is   in   the   process   of developing    an    application    for    Android    that,    not    only    shows    the iasoberg   by   date,   but   also   displays   them   on   the   Samsung   companion watch. Stay tuned to our News page for up and coming developments.

Bill and Ed Oberg

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