Dr. Patrick Flanagan

Dr. Patrick Flanagan

At the age of 11, Dr. Patrick Flanagan gained the attention of the Pentagon by inventing a device which could detect the launch of a missile anywhere in the world. Life magazine found this so interesting that they wrote an article featuring him in 1962. Patrick was just warming up. He left school to work in government think tanks during the cold war and then progressed into a career of rich discovery in health research. Many of his earlier inventions have been classified by government agencies, but the crown jewel of his career, Microhydrin, has been used successfully throughout the world. Patrick comes to us from Sedona, Arizona.
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