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Brooks Agnew
Brooks Agnew

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Brief Bio

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"He has published more than 100 articles and papers, been featured in numerous documentaries, and lectured internationally on subjects ranging from radiation spectroscopy to transdimensional movement through spacetime. He taught College Algebra and Statistics at Gaston College in Dallas, North Carolina.  He is currently the Vice-President of Field Engineering for Green Star Products stock symbol GSPI (www.greenstarusa.com). He completed the design and construction of a new 8 million gallon per year biodiesel plant for Green Star in 2008, and is beginning the construction of a $140 million biofuel project in St. Louis, Missouri to be completed in 2009. This facility will make biodiesel per year from algae, as well as generate its own electricity from biomass. Dr. Agnew has recently co-authored an Amazon best-selling landmark publication on the creation of the earth, The Ark of Millions of Years."- - - -See: http://phoenixsciencefoundation.org/page3.htmlBriefly:

  • VP of Field Engineering for Green Star Products, Inc. designing and building Biodiesel plants
  • Commercial scientist, college professor of mathematics, and engineer
  • Ground Probing Radar pioneer for oil and gas exploration 
  • 15 years of experience as a Six Sigma Black Belt Quality Engineer 
  • His patents have revolutionized photopolymer applications, digital imaging, and high-speed manufacturing processes creating more than 5 thousand jobs.
  • Featured scientist in numerous video documentaries: Holes in Heaven, The Horizon Project, Contact has Begun, etc.
  • Current leader of the North Pole Inner Earth Expedition (NPIEE)
  • spokesman for the ICIS Peace in Space Initiative

Patent

Agnew patented a revolutionary printing blanket using photopolymers number 5,974,974 that was significantly responsible for the sale of the company for $299,000,000 in 1999. The patent was assigned to Polyfibron Technologies, who sold it to Macdermid. This sale had wide impact in the industry and prompted SEC scrutiny, but was finally completed [1]and was settled. Agnew also invented Boxcor, which was a revolutionary pre-press technology allowing mutli-color flexographic printing of large corrugated materials. It won awards at the 1997 CMM Expo in Chicago, over Dupont's laser pre-press technology.

Agnew has been a leader in the Biodiesel industry as Project General Manager for Green Star Products, Inc. (Stock Symbol GSPI) [www.greenstarusa.com] He completed the design and construction of a new 8 million gallon per year biodiesel plant in Odessa, Washington earning support from State and Federal agencies. The facility creates 19 new jobs in the field of Biodiesel production and Canola Seed processing. 55 Biodiesel plants applied for permits from the Washington State Department of Ecology in 2007. The DOE said Agnew's design was the only construction permit successfully granted, and now stands as the model application and technology for future Biodiesel faclities in the State. Senator Maria Cantwell, representatives from the State's Dept of Agriculture, US Representative Condon, and the Governor's office have visited the facility in Odessa with high praises.

Agnew was promoted in 2008 to Vice President of Field Engineering and will be commensing construction on a new $140 million facility in St. Louis that will produce Biodiesel from algae, cellulosic ethanol from algae and other non-food sources, and will be powered by the electricity from animal biomass. It will be the first facility of its kind in the US and has the potential of delivering a model for energy independence from foreign oil. Numerous patents are pending for the various technologies required to produce Biodiesel from algae.

Education

Diplomas beyond B.S. are from extension courses taken at accelerated rates with his own research in new product development.


1998 
Kennedy-Western University Master’s Degree in Quality (statistics).
1994 
Tennessee Technological University Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry with honors. TN Tech Entrepreneurial Studies Program. Class valedictorian
1975 
Brigham Young University Began University Studies
1974 
Community College of the Air Force Associates in Electronics Engineering (32450 – Precision Measuring Equipment Laboratory Specialist)

Relationship with the NEC

In December, 2006, Brooks Agnew came into contact with Sterling D. Allan and the New Energy Congress. They began forging a working relationship to help fund emerging technologies[2] [3], until the NEC decided that the results of their due diligence into Brooks argued against the continuance of that relationship, at which point the NEC diasassociated from Agnew. [4]

As Agnew sees it, due to his focus on manufacturing, rather than prototype development and funding of new technologies, it was decided that NEC should continue independently without direct association with Agnew. This was a mutual agreement, expressing only a difference in ideologies, and in no way reflects upon the performance of Agnew in the field of new energy technologies. He continues to communicate and contribute to individuals of the NEC; however, official business between Agnew and NEC is not occuring at this time.

Contact

Brooks A. Agnew
phone: 704-425-6272

E-Mail: bagnew@phoenixsciencefoundation.org

Phoenix Science Foundation
PO Box 266
Odessa, WA 99159

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