About Joe

Joseph E. Donlan, while outwardly a successful business man, is, at heart, a quintessential philosopher who has spent the last thirty years investigating the worlds of Western Physics and Eastern Metaphysics and tackling the mysteries of life. Donlan holds a BA in English from Northeastern University and undertook graduate studies in Software Engineering with an elective emphasis in Artificial Intelligence ("A.I.") at Boston University and classes held at MIT. After graduate studies in 1983 he continued his research into A.I. at a high level of interest and became increasingly incredulous concerning the direction in which A. I. research was headed. His skepticism led him to intensify his investigation of the inner workings of the human brain to more fundamentally understand the entity the A.I. pundits were trying to emulate. This examination began a chain of events which led to his first book, Ordaining Reality.

In addition to the fields of A. I. and neuroscience, Donlan has researched a very broad range of disciplines including: psychology, religion, microbiology, Eastern philosophies, Western physics, as well as investigations within the extensive arena of the Para-normal. Donlan has developed two recent books on these subjects; each target a different audience.