Tesla's 1931 electric car with AC motor running via 12 vacuum tubes, wires, resistors and rods.

in 1931, under the financing of Pierce-Arrow and George Westinghouse, a 1931 Pierce-Arrow was selected to be tested at the factory grounds in Buffalo, N.Y. The standard internal combustion engine was removed and an 80-H.P. 1800 r.p.m electric motor installed to the clutch and transmission. The A.C. motor measured 40 inches long and 30 inches in diameter and the power leads were left standing in the air - no external power source!

Alternative Energy Institute: T.T. Brown (missing page found on

Townsend Brown checking a geophysical sensor strip recorder in Hawaii.
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One of the greatest energies in the universe is the force of gravitation. The power potential of this force exceeds atomic energy and produces no deadly gamma rays in the process. During this century, Thomas Townsend Brown probably came closest to tapping the potential of this free and boundless energy. Brown realized early on that mankind's use of power in jet- and rocket-propelled vehicles is a "sledge and hammer" approach to gaining high-speed, high-altitude flight. Engineers have increased vehicle thrust significantly, but the gain in speed and power is marginal when compared to the energy expended. Is brute rocket force the best way to reach the stars? Brown didn't think so (

KeelyNet: Dan A. Davidson: Chapter 3 of A Breakthrough to New Free Energy Sources

This document is graciously provided by Dan A. Davidson from his
book "A Breakthrough to New Free Energy Sources". We of VANGARD
SCIENCES wish to publicly thank Dan for his willingness to share the
result of his researches on John Keely.

Chapter 3


"In questions of Science the Authority of
a Thousand is not worth the humble reasoning

Google: Walter Russell, Periodic Table of Elements and Transmutation

There are many different periodic tables of elements. The most famous one is the Mendeleev Periodic Chart of Elements. However, Walter Russell also suggested a periodic chart of elements, so did Sir. William Crookes. Whilst not much progress has been made in combining all three together (and the recently discovered Walter Schauberger chart), there is definitely something of worth in combining them all together, in order to emerge with better knowledge of the Platonic Solids and how sacred geometry ties in with this whole process. Bubble bubble, toil and trouble

Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble

                      The most important discovery in Hydraulics in the last 100 years, since the observation of Cavitation is: The Elimination of Cavitation!

Vortex tube

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(In vorticity dynamics, a 'vortex-tube' is also a surface in the fluid formed by all the vortex-lines passing through a given reducible closed curve drawn in the fluid - see George Batchelor's book, section 2.6)

The vortex tube, also known as the Ranque-Hilsch vortex tube, is a heat pump with no moving parts. Pressurized gas is injected into a specially designed chamber. The chamber's internal shape, combined with the pressure, accelerates the gas to a high rate of rotation (over 1,000,000 rpm). The gas is split into two streams, one giving kinetic energy to the other, and resulting in separate flows of hot and cold gases.

The "Hilsch" Vortex Tube

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It has recently been suggested to me that credit for this article should be given to C. L. Stong who wrote most of the "Amateur Scientist" columns for "Scientific American" magazine. I had recieved it as a copy of a copy from a friend of a friend etc... One day a bunch of years ago when this thing called the "World Wide Web" got popular, I decided to make this website. It has become surprisingly popular.

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With nothing more than a few pieces of plumbing and a source of compressed air, you can build a remarkably simple device for attaining moderately low temperatures. It separates high-energy molecules from those of low energy. George O. Smith, an engineer of Rumson, N. I., discusses its theory and construction

The 19th century British physicist James Clerk Maxwell made many deep contributions to physics, and among the most significant was his law of random distribution. Considering. the case of a closed box containing a gas, Maxwell started off by saying that the temperature of the gas was due to the motion of the individual gas molecules within the box. But since the box was standing still, it stood to reason that the summation of the velocity and direction of the individual gas molecules must come to zero.

In essence Maxwell's law of random distribution says that for every gas molecule headed east at 20 miles per hour, there must be another headed west at the same speed. Furthermore, if the heat of the gas indicates that the average velocity of the molecules is 20 miles per hour, the number of molecules moving slower than this speed must be equaled by the number of molecules moving faster.

After a serious analysis of the consequences of his law, Maxwell permitted himself a touch of humor. He suggested that there was a statistical probability that; at some time in the future, all the molecules in a box of gas or a glass of hot water might be moving in the same direction. This would cause the water to rise out of the glass. Next Maxwell suggested that a system of drawing both hot and cold water out of a single pipe might be devised if we could capture a small demon and train him to open and close a tiny valve. The demon would open the valve only when a fast molecule approached it, and close the valve against slow molecules. The water coming out of the valve would thus be hot. To produce a stream of cold water the demon would open the valve only for slow molecules.

Maxwell's demon would circumvent the law of thermodynamics which says in essence: "You can't get something for nothing." That is to say, one cannot separate cold water from hot without doing work. Thus when physicists heard that the Germans had developed a device which could achieve low temperatures by utilizing Maxwell's demon, they were intrigued, though obviously skeptical. One physicist investigated the matter at first hand for the U. S. Navy. He discovered that the device was most ingenious, though not quite as miraculous as had been rumored.

Radiant Energy FATE Magazine Article, September, 1956


by Gaston Burridge

A salt Lake City man claims discovery of a new form of energy with which he performs metallurgical miracles.

Legend, if not history, has it that the alchemists of old searched for two things; how to make gold from baser metals, especially lead, and how to produce an elixir of life.

Some persons believe the alchemists were not searching for a new formula for making gold, but rather looking for information they believed was once known, then lost.

Free Electricity Generated From The Radiant 'Cosmos'

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A group of engineers gathered in 1936 to witness a Moray experiment where a bank of
light bulbs, and several appliances were operated with electricity taken directly from a "radiant source. "

Free Electricity Generated From The Radiant 'Cosmos'

Generating electricity without-burning fuels, atomic energy or using the sun's rays is not only possible - it's been done!

More than 40 years ago Dr. Thomas Henry Moray of Salt Lake City did it. He demonstrated on numerous- occasions that he could generate electric power from a natural source he called "radiant energy."

Par ahead of his time, Dr. Moray used a simple antenna, solid state electronic circuitry and specially designed cathode ray tubes to generate amazingly large amounts of useful electricity from a seemingly mystical source.

During the 1930's he demonstrated his invention on land, in the air and even under the the sheer astonishment of engineers and scientists.

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