Waves in Dark Matter
Dr. Orvin E. Wagner obtained a PhD in physics
from the University of Tennessee in 1968 and was a postdoctoral fellow at Oak
Ridge National Laboratory. He taught physics at California State Polytechnic
University (San Luis Obispo). He did research in condensed matter physics at
Lockheed Research Laboratory (Palo Alto). He published many articles in professional
journals. In addition to his other work, since 1966 he has done biophysics research
that led to the discovery of wave effects in plants in 1988. Since January of
1988 Dr. Wagner has devoted full time to researching these and related phenomena.
He has been assisted in this work by interested faculty from local universities.
Dr. Wagner left us in the fall of 2017. His greatest wish was for others to carry on the work he had begun.
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