The Right Stuff Comes In Black, Too

This is an autobiography of one of the greatest minds in the 21 st century, described by Ebony Magazine as a genius. Dr. Thomas is one of the four inventors and innovators of fiber optics technology in the United States with 7 patents awarded in six years that supported and extended the global reach of the Internet through ultra high strength submarine cables that connect different continents and countries. His innovation brought fiber optics cost to the same level as copper leading to the replacement of copper cables with the more efficient fiber optics media with higher bandwidth. This media supports a more robust broadband transmission of pictures, data, video, making social media on the internet possible. Over a billion people use the Internet everyday, because of fiber optics. His creativity has also led to the conception and creation of 21 st century enviromentally friendly Amusement Parks; The World Success Park that includes the first African American and Latino Theme Parks. These parks will showcase the heritage and success of people of all races bringing respect and peace everywhere in this century and beyond. The book also cites other blacks in the "The Right Stuff" category, notably; President Nelson Mandela of South Africa, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, President Barack Obama, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, Oprah Winfrey, Bob Johnson, General Colin Powell and others of significant and historic achievements.
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Dr. Mensah is invited to be a judge at Microsoft for a Hackathon

  Dr. Mensah was invited to be a judge and coach during a Hackathon held at Microsoft. United Athletes Foundation (UAF) partnered with Microsoft Supplier Diversity to make this event a reality. The event was held November 12-14, 2014 at Microsoft’s Redmond, WA campus. See a quick summary of the event’s success below.

Fiber Optics Inventor Gets Selected As A Fellow For The National Academy of Inventors

  Dr. Thomas Mensah, one of four people recognized for inventing fiber optics, was elected as a Fellow to the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). The NAI recognizses and provides encouragement to inventors with patents issued from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, enhances the visibility of academic technology and innovation, encourages the disclosure of […]

Fiber Optics Inventor Release Auto-Biograph

Altanta GA/6/1/2014 – Inventor, entrepreneur, international speaker and author, Dr. Thomas Mensah, has released his auto-biography, “The Right Stuff Comes in Black, Too.” Dr. Mensah is best known for his work with Fiber Optics. He is credited as one of the four inventors of fiber optics which is the transmission media for pictures, videos, voice, […]