Enter the content which will be displayed in sticky bar
Robert L. Kemp
local time: 2017-03-30 17:32 (-07:00 DST)
Robert L. Kemp About
World Science Database Profile
Electrical Engineer, Physicist
Interests: Aether, Cosmology, Unified Field Theory, Subatomic Physics Age: 50


The Marshall School of Business/Viterbi School of Engineering

University of Southern California (USC) – Los Angeles, CA

Engineering Leadership and Management - Executive Education Program May, 2010


The School of Engineering at Tuskegee University – Tuskegee, AL

MS in Electrical Engineering – Communication Systems Theory May, 1994


The School of Engineering at Tuskegee University – Tuskegee, AL

BS in Electrical Engineering – Communication Systems Theory May, 1992

Life Experience:

I worked for Jet Propulsion Laboratory for a total of eight summer/years conducting research, doing satellite data analysis, analyzing computer simulations of interstellar bodies using Orbital Mechanics techniques, and Radio Frequency signal analysis of interstellar space objects.

When I graduated from Tuskegee University in the fall of 1994, I left Jet Propulsion Laboratory to work for Hughes Aircraft Company as an Aircraft Radar and Satellite Systems Engineer.

While studying physics, I always entertained designing and building the 'Flying Car', and made many designs over the years. Then in the year 1995, I contacted Moller International, and met with the President of the Company, and showed him some of my flying car designs. He rewarded me by offering me a job making half of what I was making at Hughes Aircraft Company.

But because I really wanted to work on the flying Car, I left Hughes Aircraft Company to work for Moller International as Chief Engineer in charge of the Flight Control System design of the (M200, M400 and Aerobot) Vertical Take-Off and Landing and ?Flying Car? aircrafts.

When the Moller Corporation did not win a major contract that would have pumped more money into the company, I left a year later to return to Hughes Aircraft Company.

I returned to Hughes Aircraft in 1996, and in 1997 they were bought out by Raytheon Systems Corporation. For the Raytheon Systems Corporation, I worked as a systems engineer on the F-14, F-15, F-18, and Global Hawk fighter aircraft radar systems.

In the year 1997 I got the physics bug again, and from 1997 through 1999 in my spare time all I did was study mainly orbital mechanics, and rotation. I eventually wrote a book on the subject of rotation that I never published.

While working as radar systems engineer and studying physics in my spare time, I also picked up a third job and started teaching Mathematics in the year 1999 for the University of Phoenix Southern California Campus.

I continue to teach mathematics to this present day, and prior to the writing of this book I have taught at the University of Phoenix for a total of 10 years.

In the year 2001 I stopped working on physics, because I was tired of working on physics and working three jobs. (Engineer, Teacher, Physics Writer). When I stopped studying physics instead of resting, I started studying software and web site design.

A year later in the year 2002 I left Raytheon to work for the Disney Corporation as a software computer programmer in web site design; however, I got in on the tail end of the Dot Com 'Bang'; and experienced the Dot Com 'Bust'.

I left the Disney Corporation and web site design, to head back into aerospace; and landed a job working for the Northrop Grumman Corporation Aircraft Avionics Division in 2004, working on the X-47B Naval Unmanned Air Combat Vehicle.

Two years later, in the year 2006 I was promoted to Algorithm Development and System Design Verification Manager of the F-35 Fighter Aircraft Program at the Northrop Grumman Corporation.

In June 2007, I got the physics bug again, and resigned from my management job, sold my house and moved into a one bed room condo, and returned to physics.

I started working on completing this book that I started 21 years ago. And for the last three years, on my own free time, after work, and on weekends, night and day, day and night, I spent a total of three years of blood, sweat and tears creating this work.

I hope that the reader enjoys this work, I consider it art, as well as science. I earnestly ask that everything be read with an open mind and that the shortcomings in any of the subjects addressed, which are new concepts, may be not so much reprehended as investigated, and kindly supplemented, by new endeavors of my readers.

For me, the mathematics of physics, are the tools that God gave man that he may understand, describe, and predict the great works of God's created universe.