We are a non-profit research foundation, with a focus on improving the global standards of living.
We have over 50 contributors to our foundation. We all work on a not-for-profit basis, and most of us have either full or part-time jobs elsewhere. Rather than employ full-time staff, we hire contractors for any work requires that is beyond our capabilities. The staff listed below are our primary benefactors.
Steve | Founder | Australia
Steve founded this website, although he has since retired. Now this website is maintained by our volunteers, although Steve continues to provide technical advice. We are in alignment with his intention of improving global living standards.
Ryan | Researcher | Bachelor Applied Physics, Masters in Architectural Science, UTS Australia
Ryan shares a keen interest in development of sustainable energy technologies. Following completion of his masters, he studied acoustical properties of megalithic sites in various parts of the UK and Egypt. He hypothesized that ultrasonic frequencies play a role in energetic anomalies associated with the generation of “static electricity”, potentially from materials used in the construction of megalithic sites. He is currently living in Australia.
Simon | Researcher | Bachelor Applied Physics, Masters in Architectural Science, UTS Australia
Simon studied with another of our member of our foundation. Simon’s primary focus is developing anti-gravity technology. Most recently he contributed in the development of a new and more effective technology involving the biefeld-brown effect.
Chris | Bachelor of Computer Science | Melbourne University (Australia)
An accomplished programmer, Chris writes most of computer programs for 3D modelling.
Benjamin | Electronics Technician, South Africa
Ben either constructs experimental electronic devices, or manages development with contractors we employ.
Nathan | MD(Res) | Johns Hopkins University, USA
Nathan was previously a doctor at his own clinic, but is currently employed by a private pharmaceutical laboratory. He primarily advises us on the feasibility of studies relating to medicine.