Patrick Flanagan on Water
In 1958, Dr. Patrick Flanagan invented an electronic nervous system excitation device that transmits sound through the skin directly to the brain, for which he received U.S. Patent no.3,393,279 in 1968. The invention earned him a profile in Life magazine, which called him a "unique, mature and inquisitive scientist".
Flanagan at age eleven developed and sold a guided missile detector to the U.S. Military, aged seventeen gained his air pilot's license and was employed by a Think Tank at The Pentagon, and later as a consultant to the NSA, CIA, NASA, Tufts University, the Office of Naval Research, and the Aberdeen Proving Grounds for the Department of Unconvential Weapons and Warfare.
Since 1981 Flanagan has invented a series of useful devices and products based on water and specific mineral structures, in the area of health.
Flanagan actively continues his activities as scientist and inventor and philanthropist, promoting the really new science and new approaches to human healing, especially those based on the great traditions of India and Egypt.