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But also in the beginning of the 18th century (anno 1712), a fly-wheel running without energy-input was constructed. It was built up in Germany by Johann Ernst Elias Bessler [Bes 12]. It has been examined by several machinations and physicists, also professors among them. Also a long-term endurance-test of 28 days has been performed (of course without any energy supply), and passed successfully. The functioning principle has been confirmed that seriously that the Russians czar (Peter the Great) decided to travel to Germany and to inspect the setup. He announced a huge amount of money to the inventor, if the flywheel would really work properly. Unfortunately the czar died before he found the time for this visit to Germany. From that moment on, the development took a turn, which is still typically for modern “free energy”-investigations: Because the machine was in contradiction to the standard-theory, Bessler was made ridiculous everywhere. In his emergency situation he addressed Isaac Newton, but got no reply. The professionals decided to ignore the experiment and to follow rather their self-made thoughts of theory. With other words: The imagination of the established experts was regarded higher, than the real behaviour of nature. After 20 hard and success-less years, Johann Bessler came to resignation and destroyed his invention by himself. And he was not the last in doing so.
In 1929, even before Nikola Tesla presented his ZPE-car, H. L. Worthington got the patent for a motor driven by permanent magnets, without input of classical energy [Wor 29].
Obviously this invention has also fallen into oblivion - otherwise we would use it today.
Another permanentmagnet-motor has been invented in 1974 by John W. Ecklin. He device does not work completely without any energy input, but the energy output is about three times larger is the input [Eck 86]. Normally this should be sufficient for application, nevertheless the motor is still in the optimization process today.
A motor pumping some hydraulic liquid was invented by J. W. Putt in 1976, and also being patented. The produced hydraulic machine power is much larger, then the power-input [Put 76].
Heinrich Kunel’s electro-multiple, patented in 1977 is already working with modern CobaltSamarium-magnets, coming to a degree of efficiency of about 130% [Kun 77].
James E. Jines and James W. Jines already in 1969 received the US-patent for a magnetic motor running without input power [Jin 69]. Another magnetic motor which runs without input power was invented by R. W. Kinnison [Kin 75]. Again a permanent motor was invented in 1980 by Howard Johnson [Joh 80]. The functioning of the last mentioned motor was proven clearly enough that several companies were speaking with Mr. Johnson about license contracts. Because his engine worked without any energy supply, again some scientists did not believe the real observation made in nature, and thus they doubted that the engine could run at all. Nevertheless it did. This resulted in a scientific controversy, and it is strange to say that this controversy did not care about the functioning principle of the motor, 94 5. Outlook to the future but rather about the useless question, whether it is this possible at all to build such a motor.
The question is useless, because the motor was working. Johnson himself explained the functioning principle with the spin of electrons in the inside of the permanent magnets. The electrons permanently spin around their own axis and thus they permanently emit magnetic field, containing field’s energy, so it is clear, that there has to be some source of energy supplying the electrons that they can spin. With this conception, Mr. Johnson comes astonishingly close to my conception in section 2.3. The main difference between Johnson and me is, that he was capable to build up, what I could only understand theoretically up to now - a usable engine.
Dr. Joseph Newman developed a theoretical explanation within electrodynamics, which allowed him to build up a magnetic rotor, needing input energy, but working with an efficiency factor larger than 100% [New 10]. The output power was used part wise to supply the rotor with a necessary energy, but the overplus could be taken to drive a car. More than 30 scientists of several disciplines (among them physicists) tested the invention of Dr. Newman and officially confirmed its operability. Nevertheless it is not in use today.
Professor Robert Adams was working as an electrical engineer in several power plants and electrotechnical facilities. In his private work developed an electromagnet-DC-generator with an efficiency factor of much more than 100% [Ada 10]. As connoisseur of the free-energy scene, he was capable to estimate the difficulties of his invention properly, and thus he decided to keep his knowledge secret. Only in the age of 72 years be presented his device to the world public. He did not overestimate the difficulties. Finally he had to survive an attack to his life.
Bruce de Palma got his education at the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and was teaching even there. He developed a device which he called N-machine, which produced more energy than it needed to run. He got extensive examinations of his device at Stanford University [Pal 80]. But his results a very in sharp contradiction with the canonical laws of physics (and this contradiction is still existing today), so his scientific colleagues reacted very negatory. Finally de Palma described his situation with the words „I was running against a wall. It was as if science grew old and far away from life.”, because his colleagues did not trust to what they saw in reality (the experimental findings), but they preferred to believe in the old and traditional theory. Finally Bruce de Palma decided to leave America, because „ they would pull off my head”, as he said with his own words. It is said, that he got visitation from governmental department and he was told that “free energy” is unwanted in the United States.
An electro-motor, which drives a generator supplying the motor from its own energy was developed by Bill Muller in Canada [Mul 03]. It was working because the efficiency factor is above 100%. The engine (which was running very smooth) produces an overplus of energy which was not necessary to supply the motor and could thus be delivered to an energy consumer.
In Germany in 2003, Prof. Heinz Wenz built up an engine, which he called "Feldkraftgenerator”. He holds the patent for Europe. The engine produces mechanical power without needing energy supply [Wen 05].
5.3. Investigations by others 95 Kohei Minato, a Japanese inventor built a series of magnetic motors, which need energy supply, but produce five times as much mechanical output power as a conventional electromotor [Min 88]. Kohei Minato already sold 40.000 such engines driving air-conditioners.
Another electromagnetic motor was developed by Edwin V. Gray. He device needs an accumulator for starting, but during the operation of the engine, the accumulator is reloaded completely by the produced energy. Additionally there is some overplus of energy, which can be given to some energy consumer [Gra 75]. After $2.000.000 development expenses, the motor has been analyzed by several American physicists, who confirm successful testing. In 1973, the engine has been confiscated by FBI and Edwin Gray was put temporarily into prison.
A magnetic motor by Paul Harry Sprain has an over-unity of approximately 12. This means that the output power is approximately by a factor of 12 larger than the input power [Spr 05].
Muammar Yildiz calls his system for the conversion of free energy into electrical energy “peripheral energy-system”. The system has been tested by several physicists and engineers working for an industrial company. It looks like the functioning principle should be serious, but a stable long-term operation still requires some further development.
Our overview over the utilization of free (invisible) energy should also contain a hint to Paul Baumann’s Thesta-Distatica, built in Switzerland [Bau 80]. The it was developed in the 1980s. It is said that the engine is rather simple and handy, and that it delivers an engine power in the range of kilowatts, without taking any input power. In the first time after the development was finished (this is about 20 years ago), the engine has been inspected by several scientists, who confirmed its function. But today Paul Baumann lives within a religious community, together with whom he decided not to give any information to the public. The only information, which he gives today, is that he thinks that mankind is not mature enough to get his engine.
A classical free-energy engine, which should not be forgotten in our enumeration of free energy devices, is Thomas Bearden’s „Motionless Electromagnetic Generator“ (MEG), although today is not finally clear whether this engine really works or not [Bea 02]. The engine is supposed to amplify the input power coming from a battery by a factor of more than
100. Other the most devices mentioned above, the MEG is not confirmed by independent scientists.
Already in the 1930s, Dr. Henry Moray developed his “radiant energy device”, capable to run without energy supply. There had been tests by leading scientists, at which the machine produced an electrical power of about 50 kW for several days [Mor 33]. But his invention took the same way as many free energy engines do: Henry Moray has been threatened and he got so much trouble and psychological pressure, that he decided to buy a bulletproof car.
Nevertheless he other members of his family have been shot on several occasions. Also his house has been broken several times. Short is for his largest breakthrough, one of his employees destroyed his engine with an axe. Finally he stopped this development, and from that time on, He could live in peace. Insiders of the free-energy scene, know that these elementals convert the operability of his device.
96 5. Outlook to the future A car driven by water was developed by Daniel Dingel of the Philippines [Din 99]. He drove with his car during many years in normal everyday traffic. The maximum speed was about 200 km/h. In normal everyday operation it took about 1 metric liter of water per 100 km. He kept his car as a secret during all these years. Only in the age of 79, he disclosed his secret, which was an electrolysis of water with an efficiency of far more than 100%. Just in the very recent years, independent tests by scientists are beginning.
A further car driven by free energy was built by Carl B. Tilley. It contains 12 standard car batteries of 12 Volts, but they are not discharged when the car is driving. During the operation of the machine, free energy is converted into mechanical energy driving the car, plus electrical energy keeping the batteries electrically charged [Til 02]. Thus Carl B. Tilley could pass several test runs of several hundred kilometers per each (with typical highway-speed), keeping the batteries completely full when driving. The tests have been analyzed scientifically, until finally two vehicles (a car and a golf caddy) has been confiscated by the police.
A development project for the utilization of free energy based on plasma physics is conducted by Paolo and Alexandra Correa who are financially supported by American car industry [Cor 95]. Although up to now there are no reports about a working engine, there is a serious hope to get such an engine one day, because there is a large industrial company in the background.
This background also arises the hope, that the development will not simply disappear one day, such as many patents for the use of free energy do.
Since 2000 a new electromagnetic motor which needs no input energy is appearing named „Orbo“, made by a small company „Steorn“ [Ste 00]. The system looks interesting, but up to now there are no independent or scientific tests.
This short overview of about three pages has the purpose to arise the readers’ interest, to read the full length presentation in the book of Klaus Jebens [Jeb 06] with more than 200 pages. In this sense, my overview is a book review as well as a recommendation to read this book, but it shall furthermore give an impression about the non-scientific problems hampering the exploration of new energy sources, which are not known up to now. Klaus Jebens’ book speaks about such problems as well as about technical details, and it gives many further examples, for which I do not have space in the short overview here.
But why do I mention such non-scientific problems in my scientific publication here at all ?