Andy Coppock is a physicist, laser engineer and CEO of PFM Engineering where he has worked on projects ranging from heart valves, cardiovascular stents and surgical catheters for cataract patients to industrial pumps and the designing and building of specialized lasers for biomed use and beyond. He co-founded Boldly Go Research to work in conjunction with PFM on physics, paranormal and other fringe science and the development of cutting edge technology, specialized instrumentation for biomed studies as well as technology for paranormal investigation allowing us to gather valid data in new ways. Some of the devices he has developed are also now being used for experimental communication with autistic children and also in the treatment of other medical disorders demonstrating real world applications for new found technology.
He is currently working on new environmentally friendly methods of gold extraction in the field.
He has been featured in interviews for television such as History Channel's Mystery Quest, My Ghost Story, Ghost Adventures, and The Exorcist Files
He is a former Coast Guard rescue swimmer and co-directs the equine and animal sanctuary, Boldly Go Rescue. He studied Mechanical Engineering at the USCG Engineering Academy and went on to MIT studying Quantum Thermodynamic Physics.
Michelle Coppock is a writer, editor, and documentary film producer. She is currently pursuing graduate studies in Psychology and Anthrozoology. She is a former skydiver, archery instructor, trusted ghost chaser and "big question" advocate in the world of fringe science and the supernatural.
As a writer, she produces written and video projects and pieces for documentaries and has published non-fiction, fiction and poetry works. She's written articles for non-profit publications, paranormal, scuba diving and skydiving magazines, including TAPS Paramagazine and The Parachutist. Michelle also contributes to blogs for children, animals, ghosts, autism spiritual matters and personal interest, among other topics.
Aside from a writing career, since 2009, she has been involved in some of the most profound fringe science research in the country, co-directing a lab with Boldly Go Research and Andy Coppock at PFM Engineering. She is a frequent keynote speaker and avid astronomy hobbyist, animal, children and human rights activist, and involved in the international citizen science projects with Galaxy Zoo and Zooniverse since 2005.
When not chasing answers to the deepest questions of our Universe... she is chasing gold through desert mountains uncovering secrets in the sand.
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