The Science of the Future with Patrick Flanagan
Microcluster technology, MegaHydration and Nubian Titanium Alloy Pyramids: these are just a few of the remarkable discoveries research scientist Patrick Flanagan has made in his lifetime. In this mind-boggling interview, he sat down with Lisa Garr at the Conscious Life Expo in Los Angeles to discuss his life’s work and his most recent cutting-edge discoveries.
Patrick Flanagan was a child prodigy in electronics who could read before he could talk. In 1952, he became a General Class Ham Radio Operator who designed and hand built all of his radio equipment. At 13, he invented the Neurophone which is a device that transmits sound through the skin directly to the brain. Life Magazine picked Flanagan as one of the top ten most promising upcoming scientists in the world in 1962.