Physicist, Electrical Engineer
Interests: Gravity, Ether Age: 85
Frank M. Meno was born in Prapretno, Yugoslavia, but received higher education in Germany and America. He earned degrees in physics, electrical engineering, and biomedical technology from the Carnegie-Mellon University, and was on the faculty of the Medical School at the University of Pittsburgh. Professionally he was involved in the development of medical instrumentation, including nuclear magnetic resonance and X-ray imaging, electroencephalography, and various other diagnostic modalities. Among his more significant technical implementations are digital subtraction angiography, and a nuclear gauge for online non-chemical sulfur measurement in crude oil. He holds eight patents, has authored some forty publications on various subjects, and is mentioned in Who's Who.
Meno's interest in fundamental physical reality led him to formulate a new theory which accounts for all known physical phenomena. This theory reverts to the concepts advanced by Newton and the ancient Greeks. By introducing certain modifications, he was able to resolve the difficulties associated with quantization and relativity. However, mostly for economic reasons, the current scientific establishment prefers to ignore these findings. He challenges anyone to mathematically disprove his theory.