About Me

     
I was born and raised in a quiet town by two very loving parents on the central Atlantic cost of the United States. Like most boys I was curious about girls and loved riding bicycles, that is, until one Christmas morning when my father gave me a Wimshurst generator. When I cranked the handles, it made all kinds of popping and sparking sounds as it made static electricity! Little did I know at the time that from that moment forward that I would start to see the world from a very different perspective than most other young boys of eleven. I was hooked on science, but not just any ole science, electrical science and engineering.

     As long as I can remember I began seeing the electrical value in everything that exists. From plants to animals, to minerals to the very Earth itself, right down to the very air we breathe, to sunlight and all that exists in the universes. 

     Uncontrollably my mind both consciously and sub
consciously continued to process our electrical universe to this very day. Interestingly, by the time I was about thirteen, mechanical engineering and math came to me naturally. By the time I was an adult, answers to mechanical problems came to me virtually within the instant the question came up.

     Years later I learned from one of my beloved high school teachers that he learned that I was only one of four boys in the US that scored a perfect 100 for four years in a row on what was called back then, The National Aptitude Test. The test covered math, mechanical reasoning, puzzles, trick questions and who knows what else that I can no longer remember.


     My areas of greatest strength, but not limited to are;
  • Mechanical Reasoning
  • Electrical Science
  • Advanced Photography
  • Advanced Audio Engineering

    

     With special interest in;

  • Ball Lightning Advanced Research and Development
  • Magnetics Advanced Research and Development
  • Gravnetics Advanced Research and Development
  • Long Range Bio-communication Research and Development

     On a special note, that as long as I can remember, using only my mind's eye I found myself able to see complex blueprints. Be it modern day sky scrapers, to complex bridges, great cathedrals, machinery to space-stations that have yet to be built, to this very day detailed blueprints would pop into my mind's eye. Whatever challenge I'm working on, a blueprint of it instantly comes to my third eye with the answers that I seek, right down to the smallest detail; but only once I fully understand the task at hand.



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