Forgot Password ?

Cancel   Send
Growing up | Later on...
Show as single page

   Having grown up as a military dependent, Mark McCandlish manifested an  interest in aircraft and other modes of transportation from an early age.  This interest was augmented by an artistic and mechanical ability that initially grew out of an interest in dinosaurs, fossils and  science.

MarksPortraitShot.jpg    As a teenager, this interest 'shifted' to cars, (no pun intended) and Mark decided that he wanted to become a designer for General Motors.  He soon discovered that attending one of the premier automotive design curriculums offered at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California was not going to be possible on the minimum wage of the early 1970's.   So, he headed off to join the U.S. Air Force, and take advantage of the G.I. Bill, eventually passing through electronics school at Lowery AFB in Denver, Colorado. Then on to his permanent duty station, McChord AFB in Tacoma, Washington.

    While at McChord AFB, he performed repairs on and bore-sighted the infrared and radar-based MA-1 and ASQ-25 weapons control systems of the F-106 Delta Dart with the 318th Fighter Interceptor Squadron.

Growing up | Page 1 of 2 | Later on...

"Mark McCandlish" talks about

More "Unusual Technology"

on Coast to Coast


Monday, November 27, 2006

Mon 11.27 >>

On Monday Oct 27 Mark McCandlish Talked about More Unusual Technology

Conceptual artist and researcher Mark McCandlish will talked about unusual technologies and how they play a role in the paranormal as well as UFO activity.

One year ago: Tues, Sept 27  Mark McCandlish was interviewed by George Noory on Unusual Technology.

Conceptual Artist and researcher Mark McCandlish spoke about unusual technologies and how they play a role in the paranormal as well as UFO activity.


Some of the areas covered included:

What is the 'stealth blimp' many have said they've seen? What might it look like?

US stealth technology competitions - what were some of the losers like?

Odd aircraft designs that never made it - what were they like?

Is it possible to go faster-than light (FTL) without violating Einstein's General Relativity equations?

This - and much more on the show!

Check out


In response to several questions, here is more info on Acetone:


Acetone as an additive:


Up to 35% increase reported. Acetone said to improve the fuel's ability to vaporize completely by eliminating the surface tension that causes an increase in particulate vaporization temperature. (PESN; March 18, 2005)
This is Cool! ...Check out the Slide Show of Mark's Art! Click Here

Instructions: Drag your mouse over one of the images and click on "Slideshow"!


Need a Professional

"Enterprise Level"

Online Storefront?

Content Management Systems and

  Web Applications Sites!

Starting at $195!

NOW! Starting at $195!

For information:

DotNetiX provides Content Management Systems (CMS), Framework Technology Solutions with Advanced Plug-ins. Our Content Management Solutions empower non-technical content Authors and Administrators by allowing them to Create, Edit, Publish, and Manage web site content without the knowledge of HTML or Programming... While in an Administrative mode, Authors manage and architect 100% of "Microsoft Windows" ASP.NET 2.0 web enabled applications through the use of powerful tools and plug-in module deployment... CMS Authors can now quickly create any of the following: Online Storefront, Blogs, Galleries, Forums, Forms, Views, Data Configurations, and much more easily and quickly. The Software tools are developed using the new DNN 4 Framework technology (Open Source) created and supported by Microsoft, using a highly dynamic, standalone open source ASP.NET portal application. Just Register and Contact for a low cost estimate now!

Membership Membership:
Latest New User Latest: PawelWadolowski
New Today New Today: 0
New Yesterday New Yesterday: 0
User Count Overall: 830

People Online People Online:
Visitors Visitors: 3
Members Members: 0
Total Total: 3

Online Now Online Now:
  Click here to go to the top of the page.