Remarkable Technologies, Inc. was founded in 1994 by inventor and
entrepreneur, Eric Knight. His vision was to create a company that provides
innovative products and services that enhance business and empower people -- and
those remain our guiding principles today. Nineteen years after the
company's inception, Eric continues as the visionary behind Remarkable
Technologies, Inc. He also provides his time and energies to other
endeavors that have similar lofty goals.|
instance, Eric was a co-founder of UP Aerospace, Inc., an entrepreneurial
company in the "NewSpace" industry. He is the co-inventor of UP
Aerospace's pending U.S. Patent for the "Payload Transportation System" --
the unique containers that fly experiments and payloads into space. Eric
held roles as the company's CEO and CMO, and was with the
company when the ashes of James Doohan, who played "Scotty" in the television
series "Star Trek," were launched into space. This was part of
the historic inaugural space launch at Spaceport America in New Mexico on April
28, 2007 -- and was televised worldwide.
(Interesting note: The "Spaceport America" brand and "SpaceportAmerica.com" domain
name were originally created and registered by Eric Knight and Remarkable
Technologies, Inc.) Although Eric moved on to other endeavors in Jan. '08, he has been quoted as saying he
has a "soft spot" for this particular enterprise he helped birth and
launch. "It's like watching a child
You can review Eric's UP Aerospace biography & photos here.
Eric is seen in this photograph at the launch pad with UP Aerospace's SpaceLoft XL
here for larger photo), and continues as a pioneering voice in the "NewSpace"
aerospace industry worldwide.
Would you like to fly to Mars? Here's the next best thing...
Our company is a proud supporter of the international student team that's planning to build and fly a small spacecraft to Mars. On board would be a two-inch-diameter titanium "time capsule of humanity" containing perhaps millions of digital photos, videos, audio files, and text messages from people all over the world -- including you.
Your digital creations would be stored on new "quartz" media that, by some estimates, will survive on the surface of Mars for up to 300 million years.
This would be the world's first interplanetary space mission led by a non-government team. Other key mission supporters include MIT and Explore Mars, Inc. Details of the mission can be viewed at this link.
While the students are working on the essential science, they are also looking for creative names for both the spacecraft and the Mars "time capsule" lander. The goal is to unleash the world's creativity in every aspect of the program. The individuals who submit the chosen names will get special digital allocations in the time capsule's quartz memory, as well as other unique tributes. To submit your name ideas, visit www.TimeCapuleToMars.com.
Company president, Eric Knight, unveils Alzheimer's treatment invention in conjunction with World Alzheimer's Month.
Eric Knight believes he has invented a method with the potential to treat Alzheimer's disease -- a disease that has thwarted the
world's leading scientists and medical professionals.
In a press statement, Eric said, "Three-and-a-half years ago, I began working on an invention that appears to have the potential to remove from the brain the beta-amyloid 'plaque' associated with Alzheimer's disease. I believe an invention of this potential magnitude needs to go into clinical trials as rapidly as possible. We need to find out if my patent-pending invention will indeed show promise and prove clinically viable to the millions of individuals afflicted with Alzheimer's disease."
Eric continued, "I'm pleased to unveil my invention during World Alzheimer's Month. I'm looking for one or more industry partners with the wherewithal to take the next steps."
Special! Eric Knight, authors
"The New Race To Space:
the inside story of the out-of-this-world mission to
launch the first civilian rocket into space."
You saw it on the news. You read about it in the press. But now you can
learn the inside story of the team that launched the world's first civilian
rocket into space. On May 17, 2004, after years of agonizing rocket crashes and
catastrophes -- some
spectacular -- the team accomplished its remarkable goal. Eric Knight was one of
the team leaders of this historic mission. His fluid, engaging writing style
will keep you riveted to this amazing page-turner of a book.
244 pages and 90 stunning, full-color photos -- most never-before published --
bring this historic journey to life in vivid detail. You'll find yourself
sweating during the countdowns. Cringing at the failures. And cheering with each
incremental success...all the way through to the spectacular flight into space.
Between the pages you'll witness history not once -- but twice. You'll discover
how the civilian project inspired the UP Aerospace commercial venture that launched the
cremated remains of Star Trek icon "Scotty" James Doohan and NASA
astronaut L. Gordon "Gordo" Cooper into space. The New Race To Space is a
book you simply won't be able to put down. Strap yourself in for a
rollercoaster ride of stellar proportions.
You can order the book from Amazon by clicking here. For more information, visit: www.TheNewRaceToSpace.com.
Search six million job postings.
Free job search service designed to help put America
back to work.
We're proud to announce the fourth year of our highly regarded, public-service initiative called Jobs Across America™
(www.JobsAcrossAmerica.us). It's a 100% free service for job seekers,
nationwide. There are literally
millions of fresh job postings and career choices across all
industries. A collaborative effort puts the power of one of the largest
job databases in America at your fingertips.
Across America™ lets you search by job type, industry, and zip code -- so
you can zero-in the perfect fit for your skills and desires.
If you're looking for work or a career change, give
Jobs Across America™ a try.
And if you know someone who is down on his or her luck, and looking for work, please
pass along the Web address:
Together, let's rise to the challenge and help put America back to work.
Remarkable earth-friendly energy source? Take a
Fast 'n' free weather forecasts for your mobile phone.
With the world searching for energy sources that don't contribute to
global warming, maybe part of the solution is all around us:
Eric Knight recently published a thought paper entitled:
LEAVES: A FREE SOURCE OF ENERGY, LITERALLY FALLING FROM THE SKY. A
perpetually renewable energy source -- tree leaves -- may be the ideal
earth-friendly biofuel feedstock for the production of ethanol and / or as a
secondary fuel source for power plants."
(Read full paper
Imagine creating an industry that harvests the countless millions of tons
of leaves that fall each year, and turns this abundant natural resource into
ethanol to power cars and energy systems. Eric postulates if this process can be
applied to corn and soybeans, why not leaves? Intrigued? Take a moment to check
out Eric's thought paper by clicking
Need a fast way to check weather forecasts from your smartphone? Or want
a super-quick-loading weather Web site? We've created both -- in one site. It's
purposely not glitzy -- with minimal graphics for instant loading...even
on your phone. It's
The national radar map automatically refreshes every 60 seconds. Click anywhere
on the map to bring up your live local radar. Type in your Zip code for your
local weather forecast and lots of extra weather features. It's another free
public service, proudly brought to you by Remarkable Technologies, Inc.
The "Big Kahuna" of search services...a click away.
In 1998, Eric invented one of the early multi-search-engine services:
SearchItAll.com is a leading multi-search-engine
service that combines the ability to search 20 search engines -- and provides
one-click access to over 200 of the Web's top sites. Soup up your
searching and surfing with
Two free amateur "ham" radio utilities help out hobby enthusiasts.
Eric Knight, a long-time ham radio operator, helped commission our resources to develop two great ham radio utilities. HamCallLookup.com helps ham radio operators look up their colleagues in just a few clicks. And HFpropagation.com gives enthusiasts graphical and analytical methods to determine optimum frequencies for communication. If you'd like to learn more about this hobby, that's in growth mode thanks to new digital technologies and a resurgence of youthful members, check out ARRL.org.
Aurora Borealis in Connecticut. Photo Copyright © Eric