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Physicist Bruce DePalma has a 100 kilowatt generator, which he invented, sitting in his garage. It could power his whole house, but if he turns it on, the government may confiscate it.
Havard educated DePalma, who taught physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for 15 years, claims that his electrical generator can provide cheap, inexhaustible, self sustaining and non polluting source of energy, using priciples that flout conventional physics and are still not fully understood. His N machine, as it is called, is said to release the "free energy" latent in the space all around us. DePalma views his device as an innovation that could help to end the worlds's dangerous dependence on finite supplies of oil, gas, and other polluting fossib based fuels.
De Palma's death in New Zealand in October 1997 put an end to his most ambitious free energy project, and occurred only weeks prior to the official testing of a device constructed during 6 months in an Auckland workshop.
Originally posted by deltaalphanovember
Swingarm, thanks for the link but I have a huge problem with what I see as "mumbo jumbo" where the author of your link says things like "Torsion energy is sensed as pure Light at the third eye, but enters the body in many ways. Subtle levels can be sensed touching the sphere of the RainMaker. Close the eyes, begin to add descriptive words to the energy sensed and a picture will form very quickly of the energy type encountered."
To me this is what gives the investigation into ZPE a bad rap - we need a slightly less esoteric approach to the subject. your average person (including myself) reads up to this point and exclaims "Oh Brother!".
I am not saying what the author found is necessarily incorrect, but I personally want a machine that I can plug my hifi into without having to tune my 3rd eye into the earths energy grid.
"My own approach," continues DePalma, "is that space is all around us like the sea of water the fish swim in. The only way you know it's there is to distort it in some way, and the simplest way to distort space is with a magnet." DePalma maintains that his own conception of magnetism as a distortion of a pre-existant homogeneos field is "the first new thought on the fundamental nature of magnetism since Oersted."
The Japan Science Foundation, under Japanese government auspices, awarded grants to two universities and one company to produce models of the N machine and to investigate how it works. Kazama Giken Corporation is commercially supplying small N machines for research and educational purposes . Another Japanese company, Panasonic/National, is also prusuing this technology. Shiuji Inomata, Ph D president of the Japan Psychotronics Institute and seniaor scientist at the Electrotechnical Laboratory in Ibaraki, has been instrumental in sparking the interst of Japan's scientific community in the N machine.