After Robert Koontz earned his Ph.D. degree in experimental nuclear physics at the University of Maryland, he became a Staff Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. He has taught analog and digital electronics at the National Security Agency, and taught physics at the University of Maryland and at the University of South Dakota. His lifetime National Security Agency clearance is Top Secret with Cryptographic Endorsement and Code-Word Access.
In 2002, Dr. Koontz took several fairly clear photographs of a disk-shaped object that was flying over central Pennsylvania. This led him to begin research into antigravity that culminated in an experimental test of the Biefeld-Brown antigravity effect in 2003.
For the last 6 years, Dr. Koontz has been investigating methods of producing energy following the work of Nikola Tesla and Dr. Thomas Henry Moray. According to Dr. Koontz, an American inventor by the name of Stan Meyer demonstrated to a patent examining board that Mr. Meyer's invention could produce hydrogen quickly enough that a car could be made to essentially run on water. Such a car was then produced by Stan Meyer, who is now deceased.
Finally, Dr. Koontz says that he believes that if we do not have a true energy revolution in this country and in the world, then, because of massive indebtedness and massive deficit spending, the United States and the world is likely to enter an economic Dark Age that may greatly exceed that of the Great Depression. But he says that if we act in time, then a new golden age could arise for America and the world.