Paul Murad has over 25 years of public service as a senior technology analyst for the Department of Defense looking at foreign advanced and game-changing technology as well as defining future U.S. satellite systems for the next twenty years. He started several technical conferences to include the First High Frequency Gravity Wave Meeting in 2003 as well as five STAIF Conference that covered new propulsion technology, energy devices and communications issues. With 18 years in the private sector service at Martin, General Electric and SAI, he worked within diverse technical communities. Bendix and AAI Corporation, in an executive responsibility. In these aerospace corporations, he was involved in advanced state of the art programs from the Apollo, Gemini, the NERVA Nuclear Rocket Engine, the Space Shuttle and numerous tactical and strategic missile systems as well as the Navy High Energy Laser project. Other activities involved working on the National Aerospace Plane project, supporting Navy projects on advanced future jet turbine engines and identifying threats to support SDI.

He was in the Dominican Republic with the Army and while supporting the Pentagon was involved in wars involving Iraq, Serbia, and Afghanistan.

Specific work at Morningstar involves a motivated working team that is involved in creating and exploiting unusual technologies from creating fusion reactors for home use, Ammonia fuel cells, optical computer technology, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), levitation, and unusual electromagnetic devices that can change weight… If there is a problem, Morningstar is interested in finding solutions… Technical papers created by Morningstar covers issues from binary pulsars (pulsar timing as well), Mars, to creating biological problems, gravitational laws, and defining a Poynting field conservation law..