DePalma, Free Energy & The N-Machine
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|Author||Bruce E DePalma|
|Publisher||J. Nayer Hardin|
DePalma, Free Energy & The N-Machine is a compilation of papers and the Patent Application by Bruce DePalma, Inventor of the N-Machine which, with a Faraday Motor, uses magnets and brushes to pull electricity from the matter surrounding us.
DePalma quotes Tesla's wisdom. From Where Electrical Science Went Wrong:
"It is characteristic of fundamental discoveries, of great achievements of the intellect, that they retain an undiminished power upon the imagination of the thinker. The memorable experiment of Faraday with a disc rotating between two poles of a magnet, which has borne such magnificent fruit, has long passed into every-day experience; yet there are certain features about this embryo of the present dynamos and motors which even today appear to us striking, and are worthy of the most careful study."
- Nicola Tesla, 1891, New York City, New York
The works of American inventor Bruce DePalma originally appeared in various papers published between the 1970's to the late 1990's.
Bruce DePalma graduated from M.I.T. in 1958. He attended graduate school in Electrical Engineering and Physics at M.I.T. and Harvard University. At M.I.T. he was a lecturer in Photographic Science in the Laboratory of Dr. Harold Edgerton and directed 3-D color photographic research for Dr. Edwin Land of Polaroid Corporation. He commenced his work in Free Energy through his studies on the gyroscope and the nature of motion.
DePalma's invention, the N-machine, is a free energy electrical generator in that he created in 1977-78. He is widely published. His scientific papers are available on the Internet. What makes this ebook unique is the logical presentation with links in the copy for further research.
Free energy is a subject that has sparked my imagination for awhile. Back in 1985, I shared a computer renaissance center with Bernard Hirschenson and some other dear friends on West 55th Street in Manhattan. While there, a man brought a script about the life of Nicholas Tesla. In that script there was a scene where Tesla and Edison were arguing. Edison wanted to charge for electricity. Tesla asked why would one charge for electricity when it?s all around us, demonstrated by the many static shocks we all receive from time to time. With the right equipment, that energy can be pulled from the air. Like many great scripts in the 80?s and 90?s, it didn?t get made, but the story stuck with me. Pull the energy from air? Could it be done cleanly? Safely? Free?
?The availability of free energy from as simple an experiment as colliding a rotating object with a non-rotating one opens up the development of other machines for energy extraction and propulsion...? (Gravity and the Spinning Ball Experiment) The extra, free energy is ?achieved by the balancing of equal and opposing similarly derived forces.? (The Secret of the Force Machine) Bruce DePalma?s N-Machine uses spinning rare earth magnets and brushes to create electricity to run cars, homes, etc. The N-Machine with a Faraday Motor is a way to pull that extra free energy. Nick Tesla said it could be done. DePalma did it. So have others.
The U.S. government financed the Super Collider yet would not let DePalma use his N-Machine to power his home. He was self published, and a maverick in traditional physics.
With Introduction by: David Crockett Williams.