Gainesville, Florida — June 6, 2016. Gigantic sink hole estimated to measure half mile in diameter swallows a large part of the University of Florida in the early hours of Sunday, June 5th. Inventor Scott Wilber associated with Santa Fe College Gainesville Technology Entrepreneurship Center (GTEC) and developer of Mind Enabled® Technology has been blamed for the geological catastrophe as he was able to put together a team of “power-minds” who in concert generated the brainwaves that caused the ground to collapse.
Well…..not entirely true. As my uncle who lived in Poughkeepsie would have said; “that is crapolla — totally bullshitastic”.
But really, if you or any of your friends would like to see if they can move an object on a computer screen with the mind only, go to this website and give it a try — https://www.mindenabled.com/ Scott Wilber would like to find a dozen or so people that are really good at it in order to conduct some further experiments that could possibly change the world!!
But more about Mind Enabled® Technology later.
The process of Creativity, innovation and change about which I recently wrote a piece here on Medium, has always been of great interest to me. Inventors, especially the ones that become CEO’s and entrepreneurs, in my opinion are at the top of food chain as it relates to this process.
In fact inventiveness, innovation and entrepreneurship are closely related and are factors that have been of immense importance for the economic growth of our country. Going back to the birth of our country, our economy has been largely built on the shoulders of inventors who later went on to become CEO and entrepreneurs.
If you think about it even our country was an invention. It was created by the group of men we refer to as the Founding Fathers who through the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 allowed for our nation to be born.
Our Founding Fathers were all remarkable men, in fact while we may think of George Washington as the father of this country; he was also the creator of a number of noteworthy inventions. One of these inventions was what he called a “drill plow”, which allowed for a barrel carrying corn seed to drill the ground and drop the seed simultaneously. He also designed and built a fifteen-sided brick barn which included a threshing floor with intervening spaces for allowing the grain to drop on a clean surface after being flailed out on the threshing platform above.
Another of our Founding Fathers to personify the spirit of ingenuity and inventiveness was Benjamin Franklin who was not only a politician, author and scientist, but was also the inventor of the lightning rod, the Franklin stove, bifocal glasses and the flexible urinary catheter to name a few.
Nothing can be more American than creating and innovating a product that later becomes part of a successful enterprise that becomes a game-changer in the market place. Just think of all the great inventors this country has produced in the last 150 years. Men and women inventors such as Henry Ford, the inventor of the moving production line, Thomas Edison who invented the phonograph, the motion picture camera, and a practical electric light bulb, Rachel Fuller Brown and Elizabeth Lee Hazen who together developed nystatin, the first useful antifungal antibiotic.
The list of American inventors is indeed long enough to make it impossible to completely enumerate here and give them their proper credit here. Let’s just say that our tradition of invention and innovation is long and admirable, and fortunate for us it continues in American corporations such as Amazon, Tesla, General Electric and many more.
In my case I was recently fortunate to meet inventor, CEO and entrepreneur Scott Wilber. This happened by total happenstance as I was introduced to him by a friend. Fortunately for me, my chattiness got me invited to his office where I was not just impressed, but totally blown away by his many inventions as well as the projects he is working on now.
Scott who in addition to being the CEO of Psigenics, the company that developed Mind Enabled® Technology, is also the CEO of Quantum World Corporation, manufacturers of the Pure Quantum™ true random number generators that are sold worldwide to lottery operators, casinos and cryptographic companies. Mr. Wilber is the inventor and patent holder for the fully commercialized QRNG (quantum random number generators) manufactured by Quantum World. This unit is unique in that it is portable and can be plugged into a computer.
As I mentioned above, Scott Wilber, CEO of Psigenics Corporation has recently launched a new website featuring a training program and demonstration applications utilizing Mind Enabled® Technology. ME Tech for short utilizes interaction of focused mental intention with hardware designed to measure a type of quantum entanglement produced with the desired information. Basically this is a system that responds directly to mental focus. It is like a form of bio-feedback that shows on affects on an external device. This is up there in the quantum mechanics stratospheric level of stuff. Simply put, Mind Enabled® Technology is as cutting edge as you can possibly get.
This technology is reminiscent of the 1978 secret Stargate Project remote viewing experiments conducted by the U.S. government and a similar program by the U.S.S.R. It is also somewhat similar to the Global Consciousness Project currently attempting to detect possible interactions of “global consciousness” with physical systems. The difference however is that Mind Enabled® Technology is much more advanced and immediately measures the focused mental effect of one person at a time rather than a large group of people as in the case of the Global Consciousness Project. For more information on ME Tech go to: Service:Psigenics
Originally envisioned as a way to allows gamers to influence play without using any of the traditional controls currently available, Scott Wilber acknowledges that the potential usages of this technology are much greater. His opinion is that this invention could be applied to emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, augmented reality, deep data mining, etc., as well as to enhance existing technologies in medical research and forecasting, market forecasting, and others.
In his opinion as the application expands, companies will be knocking on his door begging to get hold of his Mind Enabled® Technology invention!!
Scott Wilber impressed me as the type of person that once he zeros in on an invention that he feels has potential he doesn’t give up until he sees the project through to the very end. He confided in me that he is not interested in inventing products that will make him money, as he has made plenty from his patents. He is interested in creating products that will change the world for the better.
One of the reasons why I think he will succeed is the fact that his inventions are numerous and several are also commercial successes. In addition to the RNG and the Mind Enabled® Technology his other inventions are:
In 1975 he was the inventor of a usable pulse oximeter which measures oxygen in the blood. He sold the product and patent to British Oxygen in 1984. At one time the two top companies that manufactured these products sold at least $2.5 billion in products worldwide.
In 1991 Scott Wilber invented a process for the extraction and purification of Taxol an anti-cancer drug. Paclitaxel the current brand name is a drug used to treat ovarian, breast, lung, pancreatic and other cancers.
In 1984 he invented the hardware and software for optical character recognition scanners and created Soricon Corporation which originally manufactured and sold check scanners to Safeway Stores. This was the first check scanners used in stores. The company was sold in 1994.
Years back he invented an LED light that could be attached to a bicycle, however never patented it since he was too busy with other more pressing projects. Years later he saw many of these products attached to many bicycles.
During his career he has worked on high temperature superconductors, photo dynamic therapy, laser gyroscopes and much more.
As all inventors, Scott has extreme curiosity about things that we normally take for granted. He exemplifies Thomas Edison’s saying that “Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration”. In fact a funny thing happened while we were chatting. I asked him if he had children. He had a blank stare for a few seconds to mentally compute what the question was. He then said; “Yes I have three. Sorry , I had to refocus to answer, but just as you and I were talking I was thinking whether it would be possible for a dozen Mind Enabled trained experts to teach a language on a mind-to-mind basis.”