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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press (1 Jan. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1931882428
  • ISBN-13: 978-1931882422
  • Product Dimensions: 15.3 x 1.3 x 22.9 cm
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I suspect that If zero point energy is ever tapped this guy will try claim it is his invention.
A lot of theory with no application.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant 21 Dec. 2005
By a researcher - Published on Amazon.com
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Zero Point Energy is real. The mathematics of quantum mechanics not only suggests it, it demands it. Furthermore, experimental evidence such as the Casimir Effect, the Lamb Shift, and the observed fact that liquid helium at practical absolute zero still will not freeze, confirm its existence. Additionally, in the last 100 years several experimenters have apparently succeeded in building successful "free energy" devices that extract their energy from the zero point field.

Moray B. King has written three books, including this one, that essentially explain in relatively easy to understand terms what ZPE is and how it might be harnessed. In this book, he brilliantly makes the connection that the half-dozen or so well-known "free energy" devices all worked on the same principle using a pulsed glow plasma to cohere to the zero point field.

King also mentions the brutal and ruthless suppression of these devices by the "powers that be", although he doesn't understand the exact nature of this power; in this regard he is in the same boat as the experimenters who built the devices. They naively believed that they could patent their device and release the technology to the world. However, this power, which exists far above our governments, and who I sometimes refer to as the "forbidden technology police", has been highly effective at seizing patents on "national security" grounds, destroying the devices, ransacking laboratories, ruining finances, and threatening or even killing these experimenters.

However, suppression of the truth can only occur temporarily, and when it finally comes out, it explodes in the faces of those who attempted to suppress it. The Internet will be the death knell for this control group. I encourage all qualified researchers to build these devices and share their exact plans to replicate them on the Internet, since they won't be given patents anyway. This will saturate our planet with the knowledge of these devices to the point that any further attempts at suppression will fail.
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Review of the T. H. Moray Zero Point Energy Book. 5 Sept. 2008
By David Day - Published on Amazon.com
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When I got this book I thought that it was a textbook with lots of information about the subject. In fact it is really a slide show presentation by the author. The information is excellent and includes the dialog of the presentation. I have been interested in this form of energy since I was a child. I had been told that Tesla and others were receiving their energy from radio waves and from magnetically coupled power lines. As soon as I began my investigations of the subject I learned that these energies originate from space in the form of charged particles. I believe that Thomas Henry Moray had the same impression that these waves were magnetic in nature. Moray was a radio enthusiast and began his exploration of the subject with a conventional wire antenna. This meant that the device could not be portable. I saw a picture of a box by Moray in this book sat was portable. It was said that he eventually got rid of the external antenna. I read this book in a quiet place with my notepad at hand. I keep looking at the 1905 Tesla patent and the work of Moray and have come to a single conclusion. None of the patent or publicly provided drawings are accurate. I believe that both of these men made a accidental discovery. They realized that this was an entirely new energy. Conventional means of detection were of little or no use. A wire antenna is a means of capturing magnetic wave energy. Particle energy is a completely different thing.

I have been studying Moray for some time. Most of his method involves the use of a detector of unknown composition. I believe that Moray was still thinking radio in his detection of these energies. This book has convinced me that not only did moray believe that these signals were radio-like in nature he believed that the destruction of his detector (The Swedish Stone) meant that he could no longer receive these energies. Going back to the Tesla detector I have come to the conclusion that both of these men were on the right t rack. Each claims that they obtained usable energies from their devices. Tesla does not show a diode or detector.

A usable detector really only consist of three elements. The first element is an antenna for collection of these energies. The second is a means of storing the charge collected by the antenna. The third is a means of passing the full charge to a load. Tesla's output was AC in nature and Moray's is DC in nature. This is simply a choice in processing the collected energy.

Until this book I assumed that Moray used a wire antenna. I know that collecting particles on a wire is much more difficult than on a solid surface. I believe that it is possible that Moray was onto something when he was able to build a portable unit. My present theory is that the actual particles he and Tesla were tapping are positrons. The particles are, "Super Charges," with at or about 10MEVs of energy. As these charges pass through object, they shed a little of this charge. Moray's specialty tubes are far too small to handle the currents needed to do what he was doing. I believe that the power was in the form of extremely high voltage the current levels were extremely weak. The conduction in the tubes was in the form of plasma energy. I do not yet understand how plasma flows through circuits. It may only require guidance to move through the circuit somewhat like water through a pipe.

The gathered charge is identical to the collection of static electricity. One terminal is used to collect the charge. When the charge is sufficient it is then discharged through the load. Tesla controlled the discharge through a spark gap. The flaw in doing this is that the contacts of the spark gap become pitted and contaminated. This changes the charge and discharge cycles. Moray used some sort of specialty tube to do the same thing. It was much cleaner than a spark discharge and a whole lot quieter.

What I would have liked to have seen was how Moray collected this energy and how he stored it. None of the photos or writings have shown or no description is given about how this process works.

I believe that this is an excellent text on the subject of zero point energy. It is definitely not the same as other books on T. H. Moray that I have read. I know that there must be more information out there. It would be nice to see more books on Moray.

The Energy Machine of T. Henry Moray: Zero-Point Energy and Pulsed Plasma Physics
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4.0 out of 5 stars An education in New Energy Technologies 5 Nov. 2005
By Ivan Kruglak - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book not only brings the little-known and amazing discoveries and inventions of T. Henry Moray to the reader's attention, but introduces New Energy developments up to the present day. Dr. King also shows how the technologies behind Moray's inventions are resurfacing in the hands of contemporary scientists and validating Moray's findings. Dr. King also keeps our interest up by exploring the science behind the inventions, weaving the strands into a plausable theory of how all this untapped, "sea of energy" can be accessed for an almost cost and pollution free source of electricity and power so badly needed by the world. My only disappointment was that the book wasn't at least three times the length as there is so much of interest to anyone with a desire to know from where our future supply of energy and possibly the salvation of our planet may appear!
28 of 34 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars This is a slide presentation pretending it's a book 28 Sept. 2005
By Bob Nolin - Published on Amazon.com
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I have never seen anything like this before. A slide presentation (with minimal notes) is all this is, folks. Very disappointing. I wouldn't have minded if there had been some useful information, but I imagine that King supplies the "missing meat" when he gives his slide presentation. As it stands, this book leaves me as in the dark as I began. I was hoping for some illumination (puns intended) on the workings of the energy machine. Perhaps the sparse notes included here are sufficient to an electrical engineer. To a mere lay person, the book is opaque. Too bad! I hate to write a negative review like this, since I really do support the man's work and this type of research. It's just unfortunate that this book does little to advance the cause of free energy research, in my opinion. I'm returning it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Current information 26 Jun. 2012
By Elkman - Published on Amazon.com
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This book provides much of the current information about alternate energy machines in a simple to understand format. Lots of diagrams and not that technical. No mathematics involved, but a solid progression of ideas that have been given over the years. I felt closer to building a test apparatus with this book than others.

I recommend this book because of the clarity of thought and the way the information is presented. It also has an excellent bibliography, which is very useful.
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