There is an untapped, renewable energy source with a power potential estimated by a noted NASA scientist at 690,000,000,000,000 joules (6.9 × 1014 joules).
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Thus far this resource remains untouched while most efforts at harvesting energy focus on solar, wind, petroleum and atomic based solutions. Molten metal flowing in the Earth’s core creates the magnetosphere, a magnetic field that extends from the Earth’s interior out into space. The magnetosphere would be symmetrical if not for the constant bombardment of ions spitting out from the Sun at 1,000,000 miles per hour. These ions, often referred to as the solar wind, compress the center point of the magnetosphere on the side of the Earth facing the Sun to an average distance of 50,000 miles and elongate the magnetic field on the side away from the Sun into a 2,000,000 mile long tail.
My esteemed colleague, Robert Myer, a renowned scientist and inventor whose career at Bell Labs produced 67 patents, has studied how to get the energy in the magnetosphere down to Earth. We have also scrutinized how to tap this energy above the Earth’s atmosphere where it can be used to refuel spacecraft which exhaust most of their fuel achieving orbit. This would accelerate space travel and, in the near future, make getting to Mars and back much faster.
Aside from these patents, Bob invented numerous devices that Bell Labs decided not to patent because they wanted to keep the details confidential. For example, when cell phones were emerging it was often difficult to access an open channel. Bob invented a unique, feed forward amplifier that vastly increased the linearity of transmission which in turn exponentially hiked accessible channels.
I am currently assisting Bob with building a system on Earth to stimulate and retrieve energy to Earth by means of an oscillation that would begin in the magnetosphere, build, narrow down, then penetrate the ionosphere to be retrieved from almost a point source on Earth.
However, we would also like to team up with the right partner(s) who will provide parallel satellites orbiting earth at about 1000 miles. The electronics to build up an increasing oscillation would be contained in these satellites and designed by Bob Myer. This would conceivably be an easier first step to getting the energy 1000 miles up and provide many applications. For example, spaceships launched from earth use most of their energy to get into orbit. With this energy, those spacecrafts can be refueled. Additionally, there are numerous defense applications.
T. Henry Moray makes adjustments to his radiant energy device to tap zero-point vacuum energy.
Bob first got into this when he read about T. Henry Moray (1892-1974) an inventor who claimed to get electricity from the atmosphere. Bob thought this energy actually came from the compressed field of the magnetosphere. “In the early 1900s, Dr. T. Henry Moray of Salt Lake City produced his first device to tap energy from the metafrequency oscillations of empty space itself. Eventually Moray was able to produce a free energy device weighing sixty pounds and producing 50,000 watts of electricity for several hours. Ironically, although he demonstrated his device repeatedly to scientists and engineers, Moray was unable to obtain funding to develop the device further into a useable power station that would furnish electrical power on a mass scale.” Excerpted from Tom Bearden’s “Excalibur Briefing.”
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Mike Matthews is the founder and president of Electro-Harmonix (www.ehx.com) a New York City based company with a rich history in designing and manufacturing electronic products for musicians and music production. Mike is a graduate of the Bronx High School of Science, Cornell University with Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, Master of Business Management and Master of Electrical Engineering degrees. He was the recipient of the New York State Small Business Person of the Year Award and numerous industry accolades for product innovation.
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Bob Myer invented numerous devices that Bell Labs decided not to patent because they wanted to keep the details confidential. For example, when cell phones were emerging it was often difficult to access an open channel. Bob invented a unique, feed forward amplifier that vastly increased the linearity of transmission which in turn exponentially hiked accessible channels.