Abduction Information

Aliens and Children, Michael Menkin's other website about the abduction of children by aliens showing over 100 drawings made by two children  about their abduction experiences.



Explanation of Impedance


Invention of Thought Screens

Thought screens were invented in science fiction literature by E.E. "Doc" Smith in 1942.
E.E. Doc Smith's Thought Screen

Grey Lensman Sources
A lensman Website


Source of Thought Screen Helmet Technology

The Anti-Alien Thought Screen Helmet was developed by Michael Menkin in 1998 and 1999 when he was a technical writer at Panasonic Avionics.


Electrical Engineering Seminars Presented by Michael Menkin

As a technical editor at Fluke Corporation, Michael Menkin presented four seminars on Human Engineering and the Design of Electronic Instrumentation which was sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

Also at Fluke Corporation, Michael Menkin produced an on-going series of corporate seminars for the exchange of research and development information of electronic instruments called SEE, Seminar for Engineering Exchange.
Fluke Test and Measurement Tools


NASA Technology Utilization Program
(National Aeronautics and Space Administration)

Michael Menkin was an early writer (1970) of NASA Tech Briefs and worked with the federal government in disseminating NASA technology to private industry. For information on NASA Tech Briefs and the Space Agency's Technology Utilization Program, see NASA Tech Briefs.


NASA International Space Station

The Boeing Aerospace Company hired Michael Menkin as a contract technical editor and writer in the mid 1980's to help prepare their proposal to NASA for an International Space Station.
Boeing International Space Station




Honor Societies of Michael Menkin

Michael Menkin is currently a member of the National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

As a student, Michael Menkin was a member of the Political Science Honor Society Pi Sigma Alpha, and the California Community College Honor Society Alpha Gamma Sigma.


Gifted Student Class of Michael Menkin

Michael Menkin was selected for the first ninth grade class for gifted science students at Paul Revere Junior High School in Los Angeles, California, in 1957 (now Paul Revere Charter Middle School for Mathematics, Science and Technology Magnet Center). His topic of interest was aerodynamics.  He made a large display on the principles of aerodynamics for a class demonstration and presented a paper on sonic booms.


Undergraduate Education of Michael Menkin

Michael Menkin graduated from California State University at Long Beach in 1965. He has a B.A. degree in Political Science.  In his senior year he was on the President's list for outstanding academic achievement.


High Institutions of Learning and Research where Michael Menkin worked

Publications Editor (1968):  University of Washington, Department of Physiology and Biophysics

Assistant Director of Public Relations (1970): University of California San Francisco Medical Center at Mount Zion

Public Relations Writer (1977): University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory



Michael Menkin and Michela Reichman conducted a public relations campaign for the country's first Walk-In Psychiatric Care Center which was instituted at Mount Zion Medical Center in San Francisco, California in early 1970 (now The University of California San Francisco Medical Center at Mount  Zion).
UCSF Department of Psychiatry
Michela Reichman died in 2002.



In the late 1960ís Michael Menkin presented several courses on Creative Thinking and Scientific Discovery at the University of Washingtonís Experimental College.


Federal Aviation Certification, Standards, and Rulemaking

Michael Menkin retired in 2014 as a technical writer-editor in aviation certification for the Federal Aviation Administration.


Additional high technology companies where Michael Menkin worked in a professional capacity as a technical writer:

Boeing Commercial Airplane Company - Cabin and Network Systems

Lasentec Product Group of Mettler-Toledo - Particle detection instruments

Spacelabs Healthcare - Critical care patient monitoring systems