Michael Bickelmeyer boasts over 40 years on work experience in the private sector in business, commerce, and industry. His educational credentials include an Associate of Arts degree from Cuyahoga Community College, a Bachelor of Science degree in General Business Administration from David N. Myers College, and as recently as 2013, a Master of Management degree from the University of Phoenix Online.|
Bickelmeyer is something of a dreamer, and has formulated some creative inventions that are interesting, to say the least. He is particularly proud of three such ideas, which he advocates as important Federal Projects, and for which he is in the process of securing patents. The first is a square shaped airport with steam-heated runways and an industrial facility at the center. The industrial structure would be used for recycling, die casting, and manufacturing. His second proposal is an independent industrial recycling plant utilizing five high-volume furnaces, which would be used for the recycling of a variety of materials including glass, plastic, and steel. Crucially to Bickelmeyer's platform, both of these facilities would be powered strictly via clean energy generation, producing no carbon emissions and thus no contribution to global warming.
The third of Bickelmeyer's concepts is arguably the most noteworthy. In what he calls “a gift for children”, Bickelmeyer proposes an orbital weapons platform that would function by the collection of solar radiation, which would then be magnified and directed to the surface as a lethal beam. He claims that this weapon could potentially be as precise as to eliminate a single personal target, or as broad as to effect entire countries. Bickelmeyer advocates the use of this platform against terrorism and in pursuit of the war on drugs. He stresses that, because this is not a nuclear weapon, there is no danger of radioactive fallout.
Aside from his eccentricity and environmental concerns, Bickelmeyer opposes legalization of marijuana, arguing that “we already have enough people with thinking problems in this country.” He has stated that, in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the tragic passing of his father due to cancer, he now views former President George W Bush as his “new Father.” He is running for the Republican nomination for President in 2016.