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The Energy Machine of T. Henry Moray

Zero-Point Energy & Pulsed Plasma Physics by Moray B. King
Manufacturer: NEXUS Magazine Pty Ltd
Description In the 1920s T. Henry Moray invented a “free energy” device that reportedly output 50 kilowatts of electricity. It could not be explained by standard science at that time. The electricity exhibited a strange “cold current” characteristic where thin wires could conduct appreciable power without heating. Moray suffered ruthless suppression, and in 1939 the device was destroyed.

Frontier science lecturer and author Moray B. King explains the invention with today’s science: Modern physics recognizes the vacuum contains tremendous energy called the zero-point energy. A way to coherently activate it appears surprisingly simple:  first create a glow plasma or corona, then abruptly pulse it.

Other inventors have discovered this approach (sometimes unwittingly) and created novel energy devices, but they too were suppressed. The common pattern of their technologies clarified the fundamental operating principle.

The purpose of this book is to inspire engineers and inventors so that a new energy source can become available to mankind. Moray B. King, electrical engineer and systems engineer, is an internationally recognized expert on the topic of zero-point energy and has authored the books, Tapping the Zero-Point Energy and Quest for Zero-Point Energy.

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