Tal Noble created the very first graphic simulation on a computer with "Daisy Graphics."
SAN DIEGO, CA, September 30, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Tal Noble has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
Tal D. Noble came from a difficult but inventive background. His father was Daniel E. Noble, the inventor of the portable communicator known as the "Walkie Talkie." We all know how that has evolved in today's cell phone world.
The professional career of Tal D. Noble began when he established "American Communication Arts" in 1964. Since then, through his company, he created the very first graphic simulation on a computer with "Daisy Graphics." (See Byte Magazine, Dec., 1985.) This creative interest continues to this day with cutting edge breakthroughs in Virtual Reality and with other digital graphic creations. (Some collectors and fine art galleries are showing notable interest in his original and colorful Virtual Reality abstracts.)
In addition, a lifelong interest in astrophysics and quantum physics brought him to a number of astonishing possibilities, such as with the uncanny similarities between the rules and operation for the Universe and that of a computer program. Among his observations, the on/off coding of the machine language level of computers and the exist/not exist coding at the quantum level of the Universe. His popular, public lectures include this subject and also such things as "The Physical Nature of Time" (http://Astrophysics21.Tripod.com), and "What Is Reality?"
Through his company, he also originated the successful motivating and problem solving procedure known as "STRUCTURED Brainstorming." However, not everything has been a success. His first book, "Good-bye, America?" (Written under his "Jonathan West" pen name) was published in 1999 and was not appreciated by either liberals or conservatives. Why? It accurately predicted the decline that followed a few years later. It was an unacceptable, inconvenient truth. It was blocked from the public arena.
And now what of the future? Who knows what might be next. He is hoping to live long enough to write another book and to continue to follow his motto, which is, "I have a good mind, and I'm not afraid to use it." He also hopes this accounting will motivate others to do all they can to be the very best that they can be. As he has said, "The least we can do should be the very best we can do."
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