Bill and Ed Oberg

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 180 members who regularly discuss issues related to gravitational anomalies. Click on the Yahoo Group link and come join the lively discussion! Ed also hosts the Facebook page which promotes discussion and analysis of the iasoberg phenomenon. Bill Oberg 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. Keep checking 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 180 members who regularly discuss issues related to gravitational anomalies. Click on the Yahoo Group link and come join the lively discussion! Ed also hosts the Facebook page which promotes discussion and analysis of the iasoberg phenomenon. Bill Oberg 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. Keep checking our News page for up-and-coming developments.

Bill and Ed Oberg

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