Los Angeles (AP) - Ev Gray, a self-educated inventor, says he has designed a car motor that needs no fuel. Hundreds of investors have put their money on it.
But local authorities have charged him with bilking his believers out of thousands of dollars. A specialist in energy engineering saw the prototype motor and said if it worked "it would violate all the laws of physics."
In the eyes of Gray's supporters, it is a case of a small-time inventor being harassed because he is on the trail of a revolutionary idea that challenges the auto establishment.
Now Professor Laithwaite, who is already famous for inventing the linear induction motor, has demonstrated that his machine actually works. When switched on it reduces its weight!
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.
Fuel Injected Lunatic
Inventor Paul Pantone hoped to save the world. Now, will the world save him?
By Stephen Dark
Led by a bailiff into Judge Royal Hansen’s 3rd District Court in West Jordan on June 7, Paul Pantone’s shuffling gait might have been caused by a broken big toe—gone untreated for more than year and a half—rather than by his wrist and ankle manacles.
Open Letter from Dr. Eugene Mallove
New Energy Foundation, Inc.
(A nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation)
P.O. Box 2816, Concord, NH 03302-2816
Phone: 603-485-4700 Fax: 603-485-4710
Universal Appeal for Support
for New Energy Science and Technology
by Dr. Eugene F. Mallove
President, New Energy Foundation, Inc.
Editor-in-Chief, Infinite Energy Magazine
March 8, 1992 - http://amasci.com/freenrg/galli1.txt
Wrote books: http://www.borderlands.com/gallimore.htm http://www.borderlands.com/catalog/gallimore.htm
Handbook of Unusual Energies
Gallimore claimed, in an interview with Christopher Bird, that he had achieved room temperature superconductivity approximating 99% efficiency. The interview, which includes most of the material above, took place on July 21, 1976; it was published in 1977, in Vol. 2 of Gallimore's Handbook of Unusual Energies (p.115).