I was very pleased that I did attend AIAA’s new SciTech 2014, Jan 13-17, held at the Gaylord National Resort, Maryland.
As Founder & Chairman of the Xodus One Foundation with the goal of raising funds for the Foundation, I was able to reach out, face to face, to many very senior members of the aerospace industry. This alone made the cost of attending the conference worth every penny.
I found many of these senior members of the aerospace community were very interested in what Foundation was doing.
Raising funds is no easy matter, and therefore to sweeten the deal, only donors to the Xodus One Foundation, will be invited to participate in a new technology company I will be starting up in 2015/2016. The objective of this ‘2015/2016 Tech Co’ is to build gravity modification circuits and subsequently place them on semiconductor chips.
These gravity modification circuits are proprietary and have not be published in either my book ‘An Introduction to Gravity Modification, 2nd Edition‘ or any of my journal/conference papers.