They are a group dedicated to research and development of alternate energy systems and alternate propulsion systems for mankind’s continued growth into the future. Projects and project phases are ranked by feasibility of cost and proven methods. Phases are categorized by theory, engineering, and prototype construction models. Studies for the need of these emerging technologies and proposals for future funding will be included in the first phase of each project. Social, political, and economic impact studies will be completed in the second phase of each project. Marketing studies will be included in the final phases.
Born in Clifton, Texas to a family of American Pioneers, Stan spent his first two years in nearby Valley Mills with his grandparents until his father returned from the Middle East – a US Army Air Force Base Commander in WW2. Valley Mills is just seven miles from Crawford, home to President Bush’s ranch.
Mat Stein was born and raised in Burlington Vermont. His parents started him walking on skis at age three, hiking at age 5, backpacking at age seven, hunting at age 10, rock climbing and extreme skiing at age 11. The Green mountains of Vermont, White mountains of New Hampshire, and the Adirondack’s of upstate New York were his four-season childhood play grounds. After graduating from MIT in 1978, where he majored in Mechanical Engineering, the lure of the “real mountains” of the west drew Mat across the country to California.
Tim Ventura has a career in Information Tech and telecommunications in the Seattle area. He started doing independent research into Antigravity in 1992, but didn’t begin sharing his work with the pubic until 2002.