I had the best Discus Throw in the World in 1957 (Track & Field News Vol 10, No 12) but gave it up because of ANABOLIC STEROIDS that causes a host of problems including HEART ATTACKS! At the time it was considered “safe” but I knew it wasn’t and now in my 85th year I know I was right because most of the discus, shot and hammer throwers are DEAD! They were great friends and I knew them all including Al Oerter (won 4 Olympics)! He and his wife went to visit my daughter and Al told my daughter: “Your father invented the way they throw the discus!”
Other inventions for credibility because I am always inventing “the impossible”: At The Choate School I knew George and Igor Sikorsky (the sons of helicopter inventor Igor Sikorsky). They peaked my interest in aerospace and as a result at 17 I invented a measuring device that keeps our airplanes safe even today and I became an Engineer at Douglas Aerospace.
Also for credibility: A micro switch that operates on-off within .0001 of an inch (about 1/40th of a human hair thickness) for military/industrial use (Honeywell to ITT: “He’s the only person in the world that knows how to produce it in volume!”) and now with an Engineering Degree from Lafayette College that includes Steam Plant Design…CHEAP ENERGY FROM WATER (VIDEO on the website) to also supply cheap fuel and electricity to our citizens!