This page, added February of 2013, is about suspicious fund-raising and media outreach activity by a person living in
the Chaska, MN area. I want to make folks aware of this Doctor of Engineering who has stockpiled more than
a million dollars (so far), ostensibly for promoting a "wind tube invention" which seems so lame in my
opinion, that it must call into question what he may really be doing. Why do I care?
Well, because I'm trying to market the Real McCoy of enclosed wind turbines for building tops, etc., and it appears
that this fellow is pooping in my back yard. After researching Sheerwind's Invelox online and checking
into the Dr.'s history of self-promotion, it appears to me that he could be serving the role of an impostor, using a series
of red herrings and misinformation in order to take local Twin Cities media and “investors” for a ride. Is
investment money going to support a comfortable lifestyle here in America? Will some of the money end up going somewhere
else down the road? I ask these questions because there's only so much money one can legitimately spend
trying to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. Here in the Invelox, we have something that in my opinion deserves
no money be spent at all, yet...it's happening. Why? How?
Ask an engineer
specializing in wind turbine technology what this fellow is doing, and I believe you will be told that it makes no sense whatsoever;
yet he is supposed to be a Doctor of Engineering. One blogger from a magazine said the Dr.'s concept is “worthless
and his patent should be revoked.” The idea of pressurized air, also, is without merit and un-patentable;
I found this out myself as a wind turbine patent holder. So, I'm going to keep my eye on this guy.
|Finding this MIT Technology Review blog was a breath of fresh air for
me. I only wish I had discovered it a few months earlier! See many other opinions about Invelox in
the below link. Impostor? Here's an exerpt:|
SweetPabulum Dec 6, 2012
Update, it appears
that Invelox is attempting to move into New Zealand with about the same pitch as here in MN...looking for more investors...pacificwind...check it
To me, the red flag is up.