posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 04:01 PM
Edwin Gray succeeded in taping into ZPE also known as radiant energy. He was successfully suppressed at the time but his technique seems to have been
figured out. This is my understanding of how he did it in very simple terms and I'm sure it's not quite THIS easy but I'll do my best to explain it
so everyone can understand it in general terms. My goal with this thread is to explore ideas inspired by Gray's discovery.
What Gray discovered is that when a high voltage spark crosses an air gap, it enables radiant energy (ZPE) to pour thru a very temporary opening in
the fabric of the universe. This radiant energy flows in all directions from the copper bar that receives the high voltage spark. In order to capture
this energy Gray built a series of copper tubes that surround the bar. When radiant energy hits these copper tubes, it induces a flow of cold
electricity which can then be used to power devices like motors, lights, etc. This cold electricity is apparently much safer than our usual 'hot'
electricity and can even be transmitted thru thin air without wires too!
Now in Patrick Kelly's 1896 page ebook chock full of info on free energy technology, in his chapter that explains the basics of electronics, he says
that any time a current starts to flow thru a copper wire, that wire will send out radiant energy for a very short length of time ie. fractions of a
second. If we combine this info with Gray's contention that his technique was able to generate useful energy that was hundreds of times greater than
the energy needed to initiate the process, then I'm wondering if the same thing can be done on a smaller scale. I believe Gray used 20,000 volts to
generate his spark and he generated multiple kilowatts of power. But what if a lower voltage current were repeatedly and very quickly sent thru a thin
copper wire which was surrounded by copper sheets/tubes? Would that also generate cold electricity of a smaller magnitude? I'm not able to test this
hypothesis experimentally. Maybe someone reading this thread and try it and see. I would welcome comments, suggestions or other ideas on how to
exploit this technology.