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March 25th 2015:A Talk With Dr. Patrick Flanagan

Born a child prodigy in electronics, Dr. Patrick Flanagan could read before he could talk. At 8 years old, he had a series of recurring nightmares that would only go away when he spent all his time reading and learning. In 1952, he became a General Class Ham Radio Operator in North Dakota and designed and hand built all of his radio equipment. At 13, he invented the Neurophone, a device that by-passes the 8th cranial hearing nerve and transmits sound into long term memory centers of the brain through a "dormant" amphibian/reptillian hearing organ which was previously thought to be an organ

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Dr. Patrick Flanagan

Dr. Patrick Flanagan invented the Neurophone in 1958. It is an electronic nervous system excitation device that transmits sound through the skin directly to the brain for which he received U.S. Patent no 3,393.279 in 1968. The invention earned him a profile in Life magazine, which called him a "unique, mature and inquisitive scientist". Flanagan has continued to develop the neurophone and it is currently being sold as an aid to speed learning. Flanagan at age eleven developed and sold a guided missile detector to the U.S. Military, and at age seventeen gained his air pilot license and was employed by A Think Tank at the Pentagon. There is so much more to Dr. Patrick's fascinating life
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