In an attempt to describe my technical work in the context of my criminal case I have met with a lot of criticism. At times the criticism has turned to outright ridicule. I have been accused of everything from making wild claims to not knowing my physics.
My work in heat transfer has many significant uses in military, industrial, and communications applications. A point that I had made to the science editor of DerSpeigel Magazine during a interview was that the F-111 plane built by General Dynamics was in service because of technology that I was attempting to describe as part of the basis for some of my work. The science editor and his researchers claimed that they had never heard of any of these concepts, and could not locate the references that I claimed existed.
Finally, in September of 1998 I received a partial copy of the DESIGN NEWS article on the wing pin cooling and the POPULAR SCIENCE article on electrostatic cooling that review the heat transfer technology that I had been attempting to describe.