Gunfire in the Laboratory: T. Henry Moray and the Free Energy Machine
|Title||Gunfire in the Laboratory: T. Henry Moray and the Free Energy Machine|
|Author(s)||Jeane L Manning|
|Keywords||New Energy, T. Henry Moray|
Printed in pp. 226-240 of the original 1994 edition of Suppressed Inventions, pp. 446-458 of the 2001 edition. Professional skeptics were stumped, a generation or two ago, by an invention in Utah. Incredulously, people witnessed a working "free energy" device. Men of science mailed impressive credentials ahead to open the inventor's workshop door, then strode in to examine his table top apparatus from all angles, poking it and interrogating him in their search for evidence of fraud. Scientists were allowed to dismantle everything except a delicate two-ounce component, the Radiant Energy detector. When the unit was put back together, they ended up witnessing - but not all believing their eyes - as the self-contained unit converted some unknown energy into usable power, and ran continually for days at a time. Without any moving parts, the device produced a strange cold form of electricity which lit incandescent bulbs, heated a flat iron and ran a motor...