Paul Pantone discusses the opening of his GEET training school and his plans to host a regular series of television programs that honors female inventors.
It is very disturbing to read accounts about the events that led to the physical torture, neglect, and persecution of Paul Pantone, who was a guest on our show on June 2 to discuss his 3.5 year confinement in a Utah mental hospital.
Pantone is the inventor of the GEET (Global Environmental Energy Technology) Fuel Processor that allows cars to run more efficiently and with less pollution using 80% water. When he refused to sell his patents and technology, he was framed for securities fraud and railroaded to a mental ward at the Utah State Hospital in March 2006.
Upon his release from the hospital, he has opened a GEET training school and is seriously thinking of hosting a television program that features female inventors.