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Stan Meyer history?
« on: January 02, 2016, 18:18:27 pm »
Has anyone been able to confirm the following about Stan's history?

-Truck parts retailer he worked for or owned?
-Work at Battelle?
-Hean monitors for the medical profession?
-Validator system for banking?
-Nivax and Actar systems for oceanography
-EBED concept for Star Wars program

These are all claims Stan has made either in his presentations or in his documents (Mostly in the first pages of the Technical Brief).

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Re: Stan Meyer history?
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2016, 18:35:31 pm »
My searches for all of them come up with nothing???

Perhaps these were all small projects that he worked on while employed at different companies that never came to fruition or no credit was given since it was patented by the companies???

As for the truck parts retailer-There should be record of that somewhere?
Interesting thing is while several of his family members have done interviews nothing has ever been mentioned about the truck parts business...

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Re: Stan Meyer history?
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2016, 13:34:54 pm »
The side scanning radar and Starwars work would have been classified projects by the USAF
The banking validation work for Battelle would have fallen under an NKA with the institute

A story exists that Stan was working up on the Korean DMZ  and did not salute an officer  on base when
Questioned about not wearing name tags or shoulder patches... That might be  the case if Stan was working on a classified assignment...

Online accessible paperwork is sorely lacking in the 1960-1980 time period....