Tag: business

12
Apr

Science Applications International Corporation

Military contractor founded in San Diego California. According to their company overview: We are a leading provider of scientific, engineering, systems integration and technical services and products to all branches of the U.S. military, agencies of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), the intelligence community, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other U.S. […]

11
Apr

MAGI

Mathematical Applications Group, Inc Early computer graphics pioneer. Supported by military contracts for projects simulating equipment behavior. They created 15 of the 20 minutes of CGI in the move Tron, including the light cycles, tanks, and Recognizers. From ‘TRON,’ Revisited in VFX Pro, October 09, 2000 MAGI used a modeling system called Synthavision, which built […]

Daniel Guggenheim

(1856-1930) American industrialist and philanthropist brother of Simon Guggenheim and son of Meyer Guggenheim. Member of NSL (National-Security-League) which was the driving force for moving the then neutral USA into the first World War. Interested in rocketry. Funded the work of Robert Goddard Links wikipedia: Daniel Guggenheim

15
May

Robert T Bigelow

A hotel entrepreneur with a keen interest in space flight. He made his fortune through the hotel chain Budget Suites of America and is the founder of Bigelow Aerospace. Founder of the National Institute for Discovery Science. Links Inflatable Spacecraft’s Other Goal: Space Walks For Tourists wayback machine: http://www.nidsci.org/bios/bigelow.php http://www.aliendave.com/UUFOH-TheRanch3.html

14
May

Wernher von Braun

Nazi rocket scientist. Correspondent of Jack Parsons Invented the V1 and V2 rockets which were used against London during World War II. The V2 was the world’s first ballistic missle. After the war, he was brought to America to work on the space program. Instrumental in developing the Saturn V booster rocket that would eventually […]

14
May

Walt Disney

Animation and theme park pioneer. Technological innovator. Drug-addled anti-communist witch hunter. After a 1941 labor dispute, Disney hated unions. From that point on, he (maybe) began spying on Hollywood for the FBI. In 1947, he testified before the House Un-American Activities Committee, denouncing some of his former animators as communists. In 50s, Disney produced educational […]

Microsoft

Dominant force in coputer operating systems. Possible encompasing org of the inner head. Links http://www.awpi.com/Combs/Humor/microill.html

3
Mar

John Allen Lear

Son of William P. Lear, holder of seventeen world speed records. He claims to have been a pilot for secret government agencies, especially the CIA. Lear is a strong advocate of the theory that live aliens are living in secret underground bases beneath Nellis Air Force Baseand Dulce, New Mexico. He was influential upon Linda […]