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Gary L. Johnson: Searchers for a New Energy Source - Tesla, Moray and Bearden

Gary L. Johnson, IEEE Senior Member, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Kansas State University

Tesla, Moray, Bearden, and others have claimed the existence of another source of energy besides those presently in use. Like sun and wind, the source is available without regard to political boundaries. If true, the development of this energy source would be one of the most important events of the century.

Thomas Henry Moray Radiant Energy Pump/Electricity Generator

Thomas Henry Moray: Radiant Energy Pump/Electricity Generator

Thomas Henry Moray, Ph.D., (August 28, 1892 - May, 1974) was an inventor from Salt Lake City, Utah. Moray graduated from The Latter Day Saint's Business College. Moray studied electrical engineering through an international correspondence school course. He received a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Uppsala.

Free Electricity Generated From The Radiant 'Cosmos'

This page was converted to HTML-format from cosmos.pdf which I found at nuenergy.org

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 water.to the sheer astonishment of engineers and scientists.

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