Free Energy Common Thread
There appears to be a common thread shared between several alternative energy devices. It is the pre-glow discharge. The report on the Hans Coler device released by the British Government indicates that there is excess energy released when electrical contacts are opened and closed. The Lester Hendershot device utilized a buzzer circuit with opening and closing electrical contacts. In the Alfred Hubbard coil pre-glow discharge flowed through electrical contacts, a distributor cap and radium soaked spark plug. Thomas Moray invented a glowing, cold cathode, discharge tube that was the heart of his radiant energy receiver. Hermann Plauson was granted U.S. Patent No. 1,540,998 that used spark gaps to convert atmospheric energy. Frank Wyatt Prentice was granted Canadian Patent No. 253,765 that detailed his invention, which lighted fifty sixty-watt carbon lamps with an input of only five hundred watts. His invention utilized a spark gap driven high frequency tuned resonant system. Chancy Britten used ion valves constructed with a central wire that was surrounded by a coil of wire which is described in his US Patent No. 1,826,727. Britten’s valve was said to have lit up his home in the 1930’s according to a local newspaper article. Alexander Chernetski experimented with what appears to have been a type of ion valve that was filled with hydrogen gas. It is said that he got up to five times more energy out of his device than what he put into it. Paulo N. Correa andAlexander N. Correa obtained patents for their pulsed pre-glow discharge system that recovers energy and recharges its battery power source. Edwin Gray was granted U.S. Patent No. 3,890,548 for his spark gap driven capacitive discharge motor. This motor ran efficiently by instantly discharging the energy stored in capacitors via spark gaps. Discharge occurred when the magnetic fields of the rotor and stator coils were in complete alignment, at which time, the most torque was obtained. The problem was that the high energy arcing would wear down the spark gaps rather quickly. He solved this problem by replacing the spark gaps with a controlled switching tube. His U.S. Patents No. 4,595,975 and No. 4,661,747 describes this tube in detail. It was designed to eliminate spark gap wear. On close examination, we find that the capacitive discharge between the anode and cathode in this switching tube wastes energy by generating heat losses that are not recovered.
I have found that radiant energy is generated when a plasma field is in contact with the atoms of an electrical conductor. Most importantly, the quantity of radiant energy is greatly increased when the plasma field occurs between the inter-electrode couple of two differing electrical conductors. The plasma glow discharge conserves energy. It is an effective energy quenching mechanism.
In the embodiment in Figure 3, the negative charge on the wire in the ion valve negatively ionizes any gas that contacts it. These ions rush towards the positively charged cylinder. When a gas or metal vapor ion carries an excess electron and hits head-on with a positively charged onrushing gas, or metal vapor ion, such as mercury, a violent union of the two oppositely charged ions occurs. During this union, the ions violently oscillate, and thereafter, charge neutralization occurs. The “sea electron model” helps to explain this effect. According to the sea electron model, metals are bonded to each other through electron sharing. The model suggests that metal atoms be bathed in a sea of electrons. If this model is taken one step further it can be illustrated that if metallic atoms become dissociated from each other, their electrons can generate electrical oscillations of high frequency (radiant energy). This occurs because the electrons no longer take part in the inter-atomic binding force that existed before the dissociation took place. It becomes clear that the freed electrons can give amperage back to the electrical circuit to which generated its free state. Henceforth, the equation I x E = P holds true in this system. Where, “I” represents the electrons (amperage), “E” electromotive force (ionic voltage), and “P” the power generated.