John. DiNardo earned his degree in science education, from Kean University, with electives in physics and biology, and he taught high school physics before returning to an electronics career during his 4-1/2 years in the Marine Corps; he graduated from the Naval Air Technical Training Center in Memphis, Tennessee, as “scholastic honor man” in the aviation electronics technician’s school. He also completed evening college courses in electrical engineering, and in advanced mathematics (differential equations) at Farleigh Dickinson University. Additionally, he performed troubleshooting, fault analysis, and design of electronic circuitry, working for numerous corporations, including Bendix Avionics and Dynalco in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and with McGraw-Edison Corp. and Industrial Timer Corp., both in New Jersey.
In summary, then, John DiNardo has had lifelong military and civilian careers in electronics, plus a college education in the scientific field of physics—all of which, have given him the knowledge of electricity and magnetism necessary to understand the nature of our electrically driven Solar System.
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