The inventor is a native of Cleveland, Ohio and was a NBC Readiness Inspector (Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare Readiness Inspector in the U.S. Coast Guard) The Coast Guard is small in size and everyone in it has many assignments. He also served as a Rescue Boat Coxswain (Boat Captain) and Security Officer in Puerto Rico.
His second invention was an automotive device that fit between an intake manifold and carburetor that injected vaporized water into an automobile engine to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The introduction of fuel injection a year later in most all new cars, negated the need for his device. He also invented a 3D game that develops critical thinking patterns in children and adults.
In Cleveland, Ohio where he grew up in the suburb of Parma, he was once the bat-boy for the Cleveland Indians baseball team. He graduated from Padua High School. After graduation he enlisted into the U.S. Coast Guard during the Vietnam War and was stationed abroad in Puerto Rico and became the youngest rescue lifeboat coxswain. He also invented a device that safely kept large pelicans (a protected endangered marine bird species) and gulls from landing on sea buoys and obstructing the navigational lights atop the buoy. As Boatswain Mate petty officer in the Coast Guard his collateral duties were as Security Officer, Public Information Specialist, and NBC readiness officer.
After receiving an honorable discharge from the military, the inventor remained in Puerto Rico to complete his studies at Inter American University where he received bachelor degrees in Business Administration, Public Administration, and Political Science. His minor was Natural Science. Upon graduation, Mr. DiMarco moved to Miami and took jobs with the U.S. Justice Department, U.S. Treasury Department, and then became an air traffic controller which he found to be boring “like playing a video game all day long”.
After sustaining a winter slip and fall injury that bounced him down a flight of concrete stairs he was unable to sit behind a radar screen for more than an hour, so he resigned and moved to Miami and found a great executive position with a Fortune 500 company (Carrier Air Conditioning) as the Regional Marketing Director for Latin America. It was here that he learned about the mechanics and technology of air conditioning from the company that invented AC. (Willis Carrier)
But it was his 8 years of volunteer service with the American Red Cross as an instructor and working in blood banks that exposed him to lab sanitation protocols and blood-borne diseases. He became a certified AIDS counselor with Florida’s HRS and volunteered his time to counsel over 350 AIDS victims at a time when morbidity rates exceeded 80%. Mr. DiMarco became the Chairman of a local AIDS public awareness group and made over a dozen radio and television appearances in South Florida warning the public that there were “a dozen different ways to get HIV infections without having sex” and exposed the deliberate deceptions put out by governments claiming AIDS was only “a gay man’s disease”.
His experience with the Red Cross and AIDS counseling motivated him to buy a franchise of an Autologous Blood Bank (National Health Guard) and was the first in America to offer 24 hour anonymous AIDS testing to citizens and tourists in South Florida. Under the tutelage of veteran pathologist Dr. Robert Moon, MD, Mr. DiMarco learned more about lab hygiene, virus transmission, and pathogens. Since high school he was fascinated by biology, physiology, and science in general. His minor in University was Natural Science.
Later in life, the inventor traveled abroad to Asia where he became a marketing consultant, corporate trainer and specialized in teaching Critical Thinking, International Marketing, and Business English/Spanish. During this time he learned of China’s Hepatitis epidemic and water pollution problems, and helped to develop disruptive technologies with another American inventor to reduce transmission of water-borne diseases and on his own began learning about air-borne bio-weaponry. He discovered that there was a huge danger of bio-terrorism via air and waterborne pathogens, and set out to develop a portable permanent defense shield against such an attack in subways, airport terminals, etc.
So when SARS2 (aka COVID) broke out, Mr. DiMarco already knew that it could be contained and defeated with a combination of various technologies he was already aware of. His challenge was to combine those technologies in one portable machine that would remove COVID pathogens from the air of closed spaces. Over nine months, he built his first prototype from wood and cardboard. Although quite ugly in appearance, it provided proof of concept – enough to justify the substantial expense of designing a production model for government, institutional, commercial and residential applications. Herein you see the results of his work - the second prototype.
Mr. DiMarco is now developing yet another invention that within the next five years will, in his opinion and that of the United Nations (UNICEF) and the WHO become in huge demand to save lives and cut stomach and colon cancer rates by at least 30% world-wide. This inventor is proof that you do not need to be a professional scientist to solve problems in our world.
There is nothing more important in this world than the air you breathe and the water you drink. If you doubt this, talk with an oncologist. Almost a third of all deaths in the world today are linked to respiratory disease, and almost 10% to stomach cancer.
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