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David Schmidt's Resume'
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Curriculum Vitae

Professional people and particularly physicians, educators, and scientists always make public a detailed and thorough curriculum vitae. What is a "curriculum vitae"?

Definition: A curriculum vitae is a written description of your work experience, educational background, and skills. Also called a CV, or simply a vitae, it is more detailed than a resume. A curriculum vitae is also used by someone looking for an academic job, i.e. in a college or university.

People at Lifewave who have CVs include Dr. Steven Haltiwanger, his wife, Emily Haltiwanger, and Steven Smith. One person does not - the President of Lifewave and inventor of the Energy Enhancer Patches, David G. Smith. Oh, there are many rumors circulated and stories told about Navy Seals, submarines, curing cancer, turbine engines, Oxygen generation, and much, much more, but when pressed for details, there are none.

Lifewave has patched together bits and pieces of the many lives and legends of David Schmidt, and affiliates are offering this short fable up as his "curriculm vitae".

Here is what we are told:

While conducting undergrad and masters studies at Pace University during the 1980's, Mr. Schmidt received a grant from a private corporation in New Jersey for the purpose of investigating new and alternative therapies for immunogenic and non-immunogenic neuroblastomas. This work was performed in conjunction with the support of the Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia, and resulted in the discovery of a new method for selectively targeting C1300 and TBJ cancer cells without harming the host’s cells.

Over the past 15 years, Mr. Schmidt has been a true innovator in the field of research and development. He has been credited with inventing such numerous intellectual properties as a biomimetic battery, organic plastic, novel ultrasonic probe designs, and new fuel cell anodes amongst others. He has not only developed new and patent pending methods for the production of Hydrogen gas on demand from water, but has also made contributions to the integration of these systems with multi-fuel combustion chambers and bladeless turbine engines.

In addition, Mr. Schmidt is responsible for pioneering work conducted on behalf of the Navy for new methods of Oxygen generation. As a result of his innovations, he was invited to be part of the design team for the Navy’s next generation submarine.

Amongst his awards, Mr. Schmidt has earned an honorary doctorate degree from the International Hall Of Fame for accomplishments in both genetics and metallurgy; he is also a former Board Of Directors member for NuPro Innovations, Inc., a publicly traded firm engaged in the sale of a proprietary metaphoric polymer.

Not much to go on, is it...?

But we gave it our best WWSN shot - and here is what we have learned so far:

First of all, compare the curriculum vitae of David Schmidt with the ones presented for Dr. Haltiwanger, Dr. Nazeran, and Dr. Rubik. There is no comparison. Whether these real accredited doctors are right or wrong about Lifewave patches, we cannot deny that they have genuine specific college degrees and a variety of experiences work that gives them a foundation of credibility. That's what a CV is for.

What pray tell in David Schmidt's short and vague history gives him ANY credibility as a nanotechnology expert, a scientific researcher qualified to work, invent and pontificate in the fields of quantum physics, resonant energy transfer, biology, or ANY field of science? He's supposedly smart enough to invent something leading phyicists and scientists around the world couldn't figure out, but after selling his patches commercially for more than four years, he's too stupid to have gotten a patent for his miracle. DUH?

So let's review what has been presented and what we have seen before as David Schmidt's curriculum vitae. The following information is based on verifiable information and we welcome any challenges to its accuracy.

But first, let's look at what a real curriculum vitae looks like, from none other than Lifewave's top doc, Dr. Steven Haltiwanger:

Dr. Haltiwanger's CV

For some reason, the good doctor Haltiwanger is not ashamed to post his background and credentials on the Internet. It is unfortunate that his medical license is being held on probation by the Georgia Board of Medical Examiners for improperly distributing controlled substances. But it IS an impressive CV!

Now let's go over David Schmidt's mish-mash of a resume., as presented above:

While conducting undergrad and masters studies at Pace University during the 1980's, Mr. Schmidt received a grant from a private corporation in New Jersey for the purpose of investigating new and alternative therapies for immunogenic and non-immunogenic neuroblastomas.

This IS helpful - so his bio explains that while "conducting studies" (as in "attending classes") at Pace University an anonymous corporation was so impressed with his work and his grade point average that they gave David Schmidt money for investigating "immunogenic and non-immunogenic neuroblastomas". WOW! That is impressive!

And David Schmidt does have a degree from Pace University that he received in 1986.

He has a BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) undergraduate degree earned at the Lubin School of Business (affiliated with Pace University). If David went on to do any Masters Studies, Pace University is not aware of it.

Now, apparently one of the professors teaching business administration at Lubin in New York was so impressed with Schmidt's homework, that he contacted an anonymous friend at an anonymous corporation in New Jersey who chose to give David Schmidt a bunch of money to investigate new cancer therapies in conjunction with a children's hospital in Philadelphia.

This work was performed in conjunction with the support of the Children’s Hospital Of Philadelphia, and resulted in the discovery of a new method for selectively targeting C1300 and TBJ cancer cells without harming the host’s cells.

All of this makes perfect sense, doesn't it?

While David was taking a beginner's course in business administration, someone in another state decided to give Schmidt free money to investigate cancer treatments in a third state. This somehow provides him with the scientific background to develop a nanotechnology resonant energy patch that defies all known laws of all science and physics.

Much like the theories and science described by David Schmidt on the Lifewave corporate web site, this resume throws around a lot of big names and impressive words that mean little when you make any effort to understand it. They do NOT expect you to try and verify their information - because it all falls apart when you do.

This portion of Mr. Schmidt's resume was especially interesting:

Amongst his awards, Mr. Schmidt has earned an honorary doctorate degree from the International Hall Of Fame for accomplishments in both genetics and metallurgy; he is also a former Board Of Directors member for NuPro Innovations, Inc., a publicly traded firm engaged in the sale of a proprietary metaphoric polymer.

There IS a company called "NuPro Innovations, Inc.", but they don't have a web site, so we'll have to try and correspond with them directly for more information. What exactly is a "metaphoric polymer", though? A Google search for the phrase only turned up two references out of 8,168,684,336 web pages and they were both Lifewave sites. Let's look at the words independently.

Polymer: a chemical compound or mixture of compounds formed by polymerization and consisting essentially of repeating structural units

No problem there.

Metaphoric:

adjective
1 metaphorical, metaphoric

expressing one thing in terms normally denoting another; "a metaphorical expression"; "metaphoric language"

HUH? Better try a derivative:

Metaphor: a figure of speech in which a word or phrase literally denoting one kind of object or idea is used in place of another to suggest a likeness or analogy between them

So David Schmidt had something to do with developing "metaphoric polymers" at NuPro? What the heck does that mean? Nothing. It's more Lifewave smoke and mirrors. Try eating a "metaphoric hamburger" for lunch tomorrow. Not very filling.

This last one is too easy, but it WILL be fun.

Amongst his awards, Mr. Schmidt has earned an honorary doctorate degree from the International Hall Of Fame for accomplishments in both genetics and metallurgy;

Amongst WHAT awards? They haven't presented anything legitimate and real yet.

For this item, though, we will have to reference the unedited "History of Lifewave" as written by David Schmidt himself.

Here's the original source link:

This is the story of how the LifeWave technology came to be. It’s fascinating!

The WWSN archived it, just in case someone makes it go away...

David Schmidt writes:

I am now living the Atlanta, GA area and as opportunity would have it I decide to join up with a local inventors club called “The Inventors Clubs of America” owned and run by Dr. Alex Marinachio (Schmidt's spelling). Dr. Alex becomes immediately intrigued with my inventions and we become fast friends. He nominates me for an award to the International Hall of Fame and I receive an Advanced Technology Award for my invention of “Sea-Ment” a catalyst for forming a new type of cement based on sea water.

There is an "Inventors Clubs of America" and they SPONSOR the "International Hall of Fame", both run by Schmidt's pal Alexander T. Marinaccio.

It gives me great pleasure to inform you that the awards Committee for the International Hall of Fame, sponsored by the Inventors Clubs of America, Inc. has selected you to receive a NEW PRODUCT AWARD in the health category for your product GREENS+®. Please accept our congratulations.

We look forward to sharing this event with you.

Sincerely

Alexander T. Marinaccio
Chairman

Inventors Clubs of America

Inventors Clubs of America (ICA)
Alexander T. Marinaccio, Chm.
PO Box 450261
Atlanta and GA 31145-0261

There is no documentation of any college or university associated with EITHER organization that could have somehow awarded David Schmidt "an honorary doctorate degree" for some unspecified achievement or skill. The "honorary doctorate degree" is pure fantasy and hype.

Schmidt's invention of "Sea-Ment" would seem to be noteworthy, if it showed up anywhere on Internet - but it doesn't.

David Schmidt may be a nice guy with good intentions, but his life's story and resume are much like an onion - you peel away one layer, and then another, and another, and when you get down to the core, there's nothing there!

There is an obvious and simple answer as to why Lifewave does not present a curriculum vitae for President David Schmidt - he has nothing of substance to show us. If he did have an education and credentials, they would not hesitate to show it to the public.