Paul Lewis

EVGray: EMS -- Electronic Power That Could Change The World's Economic Power Picture - Newsreal Series, June, 1977

Though harassed by the authorities, under-financed and ignored by science, business and industry, Edwin V. Gray, a self educated Los Angeles inventor has developed a revolutionary electromagnetic motor that promises to greatly improve conditions for the world.
A vast new technology is opening because Gray invented a motor that delivers super-efficient horsepower at lower cost with less wear and tear than any other device known. His EMS motor takes us a giant step closer to the magnificent, whirring power plants visualized by science fiction writers.

EVGray: Inventor of World's First No-Fuel Engine Is Suppressed by L.A. District Attorney - 1973

Authorities Raid Plant, Confiscate Working Prototype Motors

EDITOR's NOTE: On July 1, 1973, TATTLER published a story announcing the invention of a remarkable "fuelless engine" capable of powering an automobile. The engine, invented by Ed Gray and named the EMS motor, functioned on an electromagnetic principal that allowed it to regenerate its own power.
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