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San Antonio Inventor Mark Sullivan to Pitch Revolutionary Energy Technology to Investors on ABC's 'Shark Tank' TV Show April 13 - Electric Generator Uses Spin of the Earth to Produce Renewable Energy

Mark will pitch his patented electric generator and innovative desalination technology to the Sharks on ABC's hit reality TV series 'Shark Tank' this Friday, April 13, 2012 at 8/7 p.m. CST on ABC. Invention could dramatically transform societies.
 
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  • <strong>San Antonio Inventor Mark Sullivan to Pitch Revolutionary Energy 
Technology to Investors on ABC's 'Shark Tank' TV Show April 13, 2012</strong>
    SAN ANTONIO, TX, April 12, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Meet inventor Mark Sullivan of San Antonio, Texas. In the near future, this humble yet brilliant genius may be recognized as Leonardo da Vinci's 21st-century protege if his mind-boggling new energy inventions can secure the necessary funding to be built. In 2012, that investment dream just might come true.

This April, Mark will be introduced to a panel of five wealthy business people ("Sharks") as a guest on Shark Tank, ABC's hit reality TV series. He was chosen from over 24,000 applicants to pitch his patented electric generator that harnesses energy from the spin of the Earth. The episode featuring Mark airs this Friday, April 13, 2012, at 8 p.m. (7 p.m. Central) on ABC.

During every episode, the Sharks actively look for the best product and business proposals in America by listening to aspiring entrepreneurs talk about their ideas and how much funding they need to launch their concepts. Mark Burnett, Clay Newbill and Phil Gurin are the executive producers of Shark Tank, based on the Japanese Dragons Den format created by Nippon Television Network Corporation. The series is from Sony Pictures Television. Season Three of Shark Tank makes TV history as these venture capitalists will offer $6.2 million of their own money to finance projects associated with the show.

A prolific inventor, Mark holds 36 separate claims on innovative technology which can be used to produce electric energy cheaply, in massive quantities, and in environments all over the planet. This revolutionary generator marks the first time in mankind's history that energy can be captured from the constant rotation of the Earth. Simply explained, this invention creates electricity from saltwater, brackish or industrial waste water. Byproducts from the process include fresh, clean water and valuable mineral precipitates, like gold and manganese.

"There is an unequal distribution of resources on Earth. If my energy invention is properly funded, all that can change on our planet," Mark says. "Every country which has enough of these generators could become energy independent and raise the standard of living for their citizens. This generator is a technological advancement representing a genuine legacy of goodness for the world."

To date, over 1,000 of Mark's inventions have been brought to life. For example, he has designed biomedical devices for cosmetic surgery, nephrology, cardiology, sports medicine and dentistry clients. However, hundreds more of his ideas remain "on the drawing board" until proper funding comes through.

Not surprisingly, this degreed molecular biologist, biomedical engineer and artist also is a life member of American MENSA, the high I.Q. society for geniuses. He has designed special effects for over 100 projects (including major feature films), won engineering awards, and had his work published in various scientific papers. Locally, in the Alamo City, Sullivan has designed several large-scale civic projects, including the Bike S.A. system, the San Antonio Film District, and currently "Texposition" a technologically advanced world fair for San Antonio.

Mark is now actively seeking patrons and partners willing to fund development of his inventions, many of which could solve complex problems afflicting humanity. For more info about the pioneering electric generator and Mark's other inventions, visit www.marksullivanresearch.com.

Quick Facts About Inventor Mark Sullivan

Full name: Mark Sullivan.

Location: Lives in San Antonio, Texas.

Invention pitched on ABC's Shark Tank Show:

"Generator Employing the Coriolis Effect."
United States Patent: US 6,532,740.

Shark Tank episode featuring Mark:

Will air April 13, 2012.
Mark chosen from 24,000+ applicants.

Profession: Mark is an inventor who creates and designs products for clients throughout the U.S.

What has he invented? To date, well over 1,000 of Mark's ideas have been turned into viable products, and hundreds more of his inventions remain "on the drawing board" awaiting funding. Many of these inventions have dramatically boosted the overall success and profitability of companies in varied industries.

Inventions created for diverse industries, including:

aerospace
nephrology
cardiology
sports medicine
dentistry
cosmetic surgery
orthopedics
mechanics
screenplays
material science
Note: Mark's Alternative Therapies research program has helped many patients develop their own personal alternative rehabilitation techniques for coping with their conditions.

Education:
Undergraduate: Bachelor in Molecular Biology, The University of Texas at Austin.
Graduate Studies: University of Texas at Austin, Biomedical Engineering; University of Texas
Health Science Center, Physiology.

Awards & Honors:
CPS Energy: Innovator Award.
Two academic awards bestowed by University of Texas at Austin College of Engineering.
Papers published in various scientific journals.
Scored in the Top 1% of the National Education Development Test (N.E.D.T).

Memberships:
Life member of American MENSA, the high I.Q. society for people with the top 2% I.Q. scores. Mark's Stanford-Binet I.Q. score of 151 places him in the top half-percent of the population ("very superior intelligence").
Texas Biomedical Instrumentation Society.
IATSE Local 484 (labor union for the entertainment & related industries).
Broadcast Music, Inc. (B.M.I).

Personal: Happily married with children.

Contact Information for Mark Sullivan:
Website: www.marksullivanresearch.com



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