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Inventor: Nikola Tesla
The Invention: Tesla's Fuelless Generator
Claimed Effects: An electrical generator
that would not consume any fuel.
Details: An entire article on weird and unconventional inventions
could be devoted to Telsa's work, but one of this most controversial
inventions is this generator that, if it worked as he described, would provide
unlimited amounts of free energy. It was 10 years after he patented a method for
producing alternating current - the type of electric current we all enjoy
today - that Tesla claimed to have devised an electrical generator that did
not "consume any fuel." In 1931, Tesla told The Brooklyn Eagle, "I have harnessed the cosmic rays and caused them to operate a motive device.
More than 25 years ago I began my efforts to harness the cosmic rays and I can
now state that I have succeeded." Although Telsa filed a patent for a device
he called "Apparatus for the Utilization of Radiant Energy," (number
685,957), it's doubtful that it was ever built or proved to actually work...
otherwise, we wouldn't be paying any electric bills.
Details: Brown designed and flew strange metal saucer-like discs for
more than 40 years, claims this site. And although Brown died only in 1987,
there don't seem to be any photographs, film or video of any of his vehicles
in flight. According to witnesses, however, Brown flew the thin discs while they
were tethered to a pole, flying around and around with no apparent means of
motive force. Brown said they were powered by a strange electrical phenomenon he
called "the Biefeld-Brown effect." How did it work? A website titled simply Thomas
Townsend Brown says, "The Biefeld-Brown Effect says an electrical
condenser, when charged, will move toward its positive pole and remain so
positioned until discharged, if free to do so, regardless of which pole or which
side of the dielectric is made positive. The reaction is a finite but
vanishingly small movement of all the other matter in the Universe. But the
nearest masses are affected first and most!" Wouldn't we all like to see it
Inventor: Thomas Townsend
The Invention: Anti-gravitic devices
Claimed Effects: Nothing less than
anti-gravity which he demonstrated in flying saucers.
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