Background







History of Project Home 2011

Project Home 2011

(Scientific research project)

Project Home 2011 is a private think tank and scientific experimental research project. Founded by a company in Australia in 1979, the project selected two twelve-year-old students, John Obik and Matthew Mitchel Urquhart, to study the physics of relativity and to design a mechanical device that could prove those theories by demonstration. The two attended college at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield, Connecticut while continuing their research and development.
In 1979 the project commenced.

The project was funded by investors through an Australian company called Envirotech E.A. LTD with Jackie James the acting agent and administrator of Project Home 2011. Starting in 2001, Project Home 2011 began covering the college educations of John Obik and Matthew Mitchel Urquhart. The Project Home 2011 colleagues were inducted into two honor societies for their work while in college; Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society and Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges National Honor Society. John Obik graduated with a 3.5 grade point average and Matthew Mitchel Urquhart with a 3.8 grade point average. Both research colleagues were awarded high honors from Asnuntuck College in Enfield, Connecticut where John Obik and Matthew Mitchel Urquhart grew up and lived from 1979 to 2011 attending public schools in Enfield, Connecticut. They both graduated with degrees in machine technology.

Innovations in physics that the two colleagues developed gained the attention of the media news, and equations derived by John and Matt Mitch were published in scientific papers that students in Connecticut Universities are using for experimentation.

Sponsor: Envirotech E.A. LTD

Envirotech E.A. LTD - Australia (1979-2011) - Funding source, full college scholarships for the 2 students of Project Home 2011 (John Obik and Matthew Mitchel Urquhart) from ages 12 in 1979 to ages 44 in 2011. Endowment fund for Project Home 2011 construction and accomplishment on January 1, 2011 (2001-2011).

Connecticut state colleges and Universities - The 2 students of Project Home 2011 study and develop technology through state college beginning at ages 37 in 2004. Parts to the Project Home 2011 Vehicle machined at college machine technology program facilities (2008) and colleges used as resources for research and development for Project Home 2011 by the 2 Project Home 2011 student members while they continue traditional attendance of college to acquire their college degrees (2004-2011).

PROJECT HOME 2011 experiment date JANUARY 1, 2011.

































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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