Thomas Henry Moray

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Thomas Henry Moray (August 28, 1892 - May, 1974) from Salt Lake City, Utah.

Moray graduated from LDS Business College, he studied electrical engineering through an international correspondence school course. Moray developed what he termed the "Moray Valve"—a device for extracting "radiant energy" from the "energy waves of the universe", which he thought to be an inexhaustible environmental energy source.[1]

In the 1930s, Thomas Henry Moray reported that he and his family had been threatened and shot at on several occasions and his lab ransacked to stop his free energy research and public demonstrations.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moray B. King, The Energy Machine of T. Henry Moray: Zero-Point Energy & Pulsed Plasma Physics, Adventures Unlimited Press, Kempton, IL (2005). ISBN 1-931882-42-8
  2. ^ Infinite Battery From Tom Bearden's Website (EXCERPTED FROM TOM BEARDEN'S "EXCALIBUR BRIEFING"),http://www.cheniere.org/books/excalibur/moray.htm

Further reading[edit]

  • GL Johnson, Searchers for a new energy source: Tesla, Moray, and Bearden Power Engineering Review, IEEE, 1992. (http://ieeexplore.ieee.org)
  • Vassilatos, Gerry (1999). Lost Science. Kempton, IL: Adventures Unlimited Press. ISBN 0-932813-75-5. , Chapter 6, "Endless Light: Thomas Henry Moray", pp. 169–224