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Jimblq
Member Since: January 25, 2012
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Former CNC Programmer/Mfg. Engineer who worked 32 years in many aspects of the manufacturing industry. I have manufactured products for most industries with the exception of avionics and new car manufacture. An unusual interest in the post WW-II manufacturing revolution turned into an invaluable tool when resource planning software was introduced in the late 80's. Working much like a corporate anthropologist I spent most of the nineties integrating manual systems into an automated environment.

BME Technologies was created in 1999 as an umbrella company to develop and research a number of my varied interests. We have been developing business models on the road to four subsidiary project companies which brought about research toward 15 possible patents.  

BlanckwellsTM is a manufacturing business model relating to products used in the chemical industry. By manufacturing a tried and true product line to 80% completion allows customers to apply lean manufacturing techniques. Manufacturing process includes a number of patentable pieces of equipment designed in house. Many of the manufactured items are also protected by trademark.

God Sent Biofuels and Energy is a model built upon recycling damaged trees and other wood products left by hurricanes/tornados into firewood and wood pellets for consumer use along with supplying biomass and fuel for the cogeneration of electricity and cellulosic ethanol. Beyond the fundamental products; opportunities exists to develop a number of new products, processes and technologies.

Drool Rides incorporates my love for cars and auto racing to develop aftermarket products for the automotive industry. Most of which are also trademarked. This serves also as an early proving ground for the Rapid Flex project.

Rapid Flex Transportation is a futuristic transportation system based on Denmark's Paulle Jenson's Rapid Urban Flexible (RUF) dual-mode system. A faster more flexible system roughly 30% larger than the Danish system, Rapid Flex applies automated manufacturing systems to transportation significantly reducing the need for air travel on trips less than 1,000 miles while also greatly reducing terrorist threat and security issues related to that industry. With uses not limited to personal transportation, but the technology can also be applied to commercial trucking, rail & agricultural systems, as well as possible lunar/mars systems too. This is a dream project to be left for my decedents to finish.

Unfortunately, 3 years ago many of the hopes and dreams for the future generations of my family were shattered when Texas' Children's Protective Services brought an unwarranted attack against my daughter causing the removal of her children. My eldest grandson whom I had been grooming for years is now no longer allowed contact with his mother's family. Now the skills gained from many years studying companies is being applied to revealing the methods used to manipulate data allowing them to bypass Texas Administrative Code to obtain the outcome they desire without real evidence. Had I not had the experience that I possess I would not have gained the skills needed to expose their fraud. "Angel Eyes over Texas" was founded in 2010 to reveal the mechanics behind their actions. When CPS uses questionable investigation tactics against a family, they then become the abuser. My research has been on hold since 2008.

 



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