Foundation and LLC launched to nurture new energy technologies
Brooks Agnew, Ph.D., has launched Phoenix Science Foundation to provide
funding for energy technology prototype development, and Advanced Scientific
Explorations LLC for funding and managing technologies to bring them to market.
Brooks A. Agnew, Ph.D.
KENTUCKY, USA -- On Dec. 16 from 3:00 to 3:55 pm Pacific time, Sterling Allan
will be conducting a live interview with
Dr. Brooks Agnew, a highly accomplished commercial scientist and engineer, as
well as visionary.
Agnew recently launched the Phoenix Science Foundation to help clean, efficient
energy and propulsion technology come to market by providing the two critical
tools of success: access to capital and launch management experience.
The Foundation, which is a non-profit (pending) organization, specializes in
providing funding and management expertise to promising ideas for which working
prototypes have not yet been built.
In addition to the Foundation, Agnew has also launched Advanced Scientific
Explorations LLC, a for-profit organization designed for technologies that are
further along, to bring them to market. Presently, Agnew has access to
around $100 million dollars for such projects, along with manufacturing
Agnew envisions the Foundation to serve as a perpetual incubator fund.
Inventions that are assisted by the fund, which become successful, will
replenish the moneys they used.
Agnew said he would welcome participation by the New
Energy Congress, founded by Allan, to assist in vetting the various
technologies that will be submitted for funding and development. The
relationship is deemed synergistic for both groups.
Agnew has 15 years of experience creating more than $500 million in process
improvements for numerous industries, which has raised him to the highest rating
achievable: Six Sigma Blackbelt. His patents have revolutionized photopolymer
applications, digital imaging, and high-speed manufacturing processes creating
more than 5 thousand jobs. His technology is used on at least two planets to
explore for water and other compounds.
He has a BS Degree in Chemistry, an MS Degree in Statistics, and a PhD in
Physics. He also graduated as class valedictorian in Entrepreneurial Studies and
produced a training video on raising money for non-profit ventures.
a commercial scientist, he has produced thousands of technical papers and
numerous patents. He was a featured scientist in the video documentary on HAARP:
Holes in Heaven (watch
51 min.) directed by Emmy Award Winning Wendy Robbins. He recently co-authored
the two national best selling volumes of The
Ark of Millions of Years. He is the featured scientist in the upcoming
national Japanese science program Galileo to be aired in May of 2007.
website presently features an expedition Agnew has spearheaded that proposes to
take 100 individuals to the North Pole on an "Inner Earth Expedition"
in 2007 if adequate funds can be raised. "We sincerely believe
this may be the greatest geological expedition in the history of the
world," states the website. He launched a new company yesterday for
this purpose, called Advanced Planetary Exploration LLC (APEX). The Discovery
channel allegedly plans to do eight two-hour specials on the expedition.
Agnew is a board member of the Star Dreams Foundation, and spokesman for the
ICIS Peace in Space Initiative to be presented by Dr. Agnew to the United
Nations in 2007.
He currently resides in Western Kentucky and hosts the X-Squared
Radio program which broadcasts live each Sunday from 6-9PM Eastern time.
Agnew has been with the BBSRadio program since
it launched three years ago.
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- Thanks Ken
Rasmussen, NEC, for recording the interview and making it available.