Brooks Agnew is a lifelong explorer of the mysteries of the Earth and of the universe. He graduated from high school in San Marino, California and entered the Air Force where he graduated top in his class in electronics engineering. He graduated with honors from Tennessee Technological University in Chemistry and went on to achieve a PhD in Physics and to become one of the nation's most accomplished Six Sigma master black belts in quality. He has American and international patents in chemistry and electric vehicle technology.
His passion for understanding the nature of Earth's origin and destiny led him to the same question everyone eventually arrives. "Do planets form as solid balls or hollow spheres?" Realizing that there has never been a successful civilian expedition to the Arctic to discover the possibilities, he decided to join an exploration team. After the untimely death of the expedition's leader, Steven Curry, he was elected to lead the global effort.
Within two years he had united the clans, so to speak, and planned a scientific expedition to explore for possible clues to the real structure of the planet. The project has suffered through a sour economy and numerous mysterious setbacks from Agencies and their minions of those who do not want this amazing discovery to be realized.
He has been to China, Tibet, Mount Shasta, Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, Egypt, and Mexico putting the pieces together for this expedition. He is the leader with the passion, the organization skills, and the unswerving scientific methodology that maintains the integrity of the project around the world. He has spoken to more than 100 thousand people live and more than 40 million by radio and TV about this project and has built global awareness for what millions call the greatest expedition in history.