Project Home 2011 research colleague
John Obik

Project Home 2011 Research colleague John Obik

John Obik
research colleague
Project Home 2011

Background information

Birth name :John Obik

Born :
August 31, 1966, Australia,

Occupations :
Research Student, Mechanical Engineer, Machinist

Work in Project Home 2011 :
Years active June, 1979 to January 1, 2011

Talcott Mountain Science Center, Avon, Connecticut, -1979

Project Home 2011, Enfield, Connecticut, -06/01/1979 until successful completion on 01/01/2011

Biographical life history

Early life
Born John Obik on August 31, 1966 in Queensland Australia. John Obik moved to Southington, Connecticut United States in 1978 at age 11 with his parents.
John Obik started classes at Talcott Mountain Science Center in Avon, Connecticut in January 1979 while also starting Southington High School being two years ahead academically. John Obik graduated high school and college in 2009, when it was planned for John to graduate.

John Obik works in Project Home 2011
beginning at age 12

A talent scout, Mrs. Jackie James, Acting Agent from Australia based Envirotech E.A. LTD recruited John Obik for Project Home 2011 in the spring of 1979 after making contact with John at Talcott Mountain Science Center in 1979. John Obik was one of two 12-year-olds chosen for the Project Home 2011 research grant out of hundreds of adolescents who applied. To qualify, the candidate student had to pass thorough background checks as the selected students chosen for Project Home 2011 would have high responsibilities for keeping track of expenditures and managing the funds which cover the research costs of the project allocated to them through a trust fund from Envirotech E.A. LTD from 1979 to 2011.
When John Obik was accepted to Project Home 2011 in the spring of 1979, John Obik withdrew from Southington High School in order to attend Project Home 2011 which would complete when John Obik is 44 years old. Being a legal resident of Australia, John Obik was able to do this.
Project Home 2011 provided modest student housing through locally rented rooms in the Enfield, Connecticut and Springfield, Massachusetts areas near the Project Home 2011 Laboratory location off of Elm Street in Enfield, Connecticut from 1979 to 2011 for John Obik and fellow chosen colleague for Project Home 2011. John Obik attended public schools for his traditional education. A dividend for meals and basic amenities for both of the students, 6-month progress report forms and reports for materials acquisitioned to explain what the reason for a purchase was for was supplied to both students. Material acquisitions were usually for test models of vehicles or subassembly components for the main apparatus being constructed for the main thesis of Project Home 2011.
John Obik's parents moved back to Australia in the summer of 1980, while John Obik remained in Enfield Connecticut working on Project Home 2011 with fellow colleague Matthew Mitchel Urquhart.
From 1979 to the completion of Project Home 2011 on January 1, 2011, John Obik lived in the student housing provided by Project Home 2011-Envirotech E.A. LTD in the Enfield, Connecticut area near the Project Home 2011 laboratory, except to live in the student housing at Springfield College 2001-2002, and lived at the University of Massachusetts student housing in the spring of 2003.
John Obik and fellow colleague Matthew Mitchel Urquhart were both accepted to Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts in 2001, and John Obik with colleague Matthew Mitchel Urquhart gave a seminar demonstrating their electrostatic device in 2002 at Springfield College while taking courses in computer technology which Envirotech E.A. LTD paid for.
In 2003, John Obik was accepted to the University of Massachusetts.

Noted accomplishments from
Project Home 2011
John Obik is an engineer, physicist, scientist, and Certified Machinist. He is the co-author of ''Principles of electrostatic forces and energy transference'' (1988)
ISBN: 978-1-4951-0039-0
along with fellow colleague Matthew Mitchel Urquhart. During his work in Project Home 2011 (1979-2011, part of a scientific research project called D.A.W.O.L. 2020 that succeeds in 2020, a scientific research project funded by an Australian investment firm), John Obik co-engineered apparatus for testing theories with electrostatic forces and helped to develop technology in this area.

John Obik beyond Project Home 2011

John Obik graduates college completely debt free in 2009 with Project Home 2011 and Envirotech E.A. LTD paying for John Obik's and fellow colleague Matthew Mitchel Urquhart's college educations in full, inclusive of all costs. John Obik received a degree in machine technology with a Grade Point Average of 3.5, was awarded special recognition for his work in Project Home 2011, and inducted into several national and international honor societies between 2006 and 2009.
In October 2015, John Obik takes the knowledge and experience from Project Home 2011 and his college education which John Obik acquired while working at Project Home 2011 to begin steps toward acquiring his first employment beyond Project Home 2011, five years after the project's completion on January 01, 2011, and the 5-year post-Project Home 2011 work completion on November 12, 2015.