Teal and free energy

The latest “Report From the Front: Tracking the Energy Revolution” column (in Atlantis Rising magazine) is out now – see AtlantisRising.com, or the magazine at a newsstand. I would appreciate feedback on my column.

Did you enjoy the Bob Teal story that science researcher Dr. Peter Lindemann dug up? I retold a bit of it to draw attention to Peter’s informative new DVD “Electric Motor Secrets”. His DVD is a more-than-two-hour course on the secrets of the electric motors of our future. You can order it from Lindemann’s website www.free-energy.ws.


Funny how some inventors receive their breakthrough ideas in dreams and others get them through day-dreams. For Bob Teal, the inventive juices flowed while he wrote a sci-fi novel! His book’s plot required a non-polluting quiet electric engine, so his mind attracted an inspiration – a vision of how such an engine might look.

Of course it helped that Teal’s mind was technology-oriented; he’d been an engineer for RCA and had earlier given the U.S. Navy an invention which was so valuable that it was classified. He retired at the age of 50 – too early to be satisfied with just Florida sunshine. Bored with retirement, he decided to actually build the “Magnipulsion” engine he’d created in his fictional book.

Teal’s novel was never published, but Teal’s Magnipulsion engine made it into newspapers at the time and into a filmed interview which recently surfaced on the Internet. Lindemann dug a few of those articles out of his files to share with us.

Teal’s engine received publicity because it worked. The final prototype reportedly ran a 20-ton conveyor belt on the same automotive battery for months. He told a reporter, “I have dreams of building one large enough to run cars and boats….There are very few moving parts, so you would not need highly trained mechanics.” But he ran out of money for machine-shop work.

Elements of Teal’s story have a lot in common with life stories of others who’ve had breakthrough energy inventions:

- He formed a company and tried to raise money to develop his invention. The only people who put money in were family, friends and a few investors with relatively small amounts of funds to give.
– Most of the funds went to building prototypes and filing patents.
– Although he ran out of money to further develop it, he said he didn’t want to sell his ideas to some company that might just shelve an invention which threatens coal, oil and other vested interests because it’s so easy to build and operate.
– He hoped to get a government grant to take the project out of the backyard shop and into a facility where a technical team would help him engineer it for production.
– Despite newspaper publicity and technical success, Teal was unsuccessful in getting any commitments from government officials.

Lindemann is now putting the story of Teal’s invention out to the public along with the how-to. Bob Teal gets the last word. On his company literature he quoted the 17th century French philosopher Voltaire: “There is nothing as powerful as an idea whose time has come.”

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  1. sorry to be such a numpty, but this is the second time you have mentioned the “report from the front” column, i just finished listening to your waterfuelmuseum interview, and now this, and everytime i go on atlantisrising.com i am unable to find the column. is it available on the web, please?

  2. Electrical theory has to be modified from Flemings rule where an inductive interference amplifies the mechanical energy as observed Transformer type Chemeleon pulsar with variable speed in which a new capacitance domain included a switch of circuit a mgneticfield switched overasan electricfield fora reversal dynamics.Palmist Cheiro predicted that all theory in Electricity will be modified soon or later.
    Citation:Wake field generation may be used for amplified Energy source for powerful capacitor designs by pulse out pulse in spark technology used in Radar which will revolutionize Electricity production a combination Tesla-Edwin Gray application in mobile – 00327115
    The Electro-Radiant Event produces a spatially distributed voltage that can be thousands of times higher than the initial spark discharge voltage.
    Electro-Radiant effects penetrate all materials and create “electronic responses” in metals like copper, silver and gold In this case, “electronic responses” means that an electrical charge will build up on copper surfaces exposed to Electro-Radiant emissions. The Electro-Radiant Event is produced when a high-voltage, direct current is discharged across a spark gap and interrupted abruptly before any reversals of current can occur.
    That Rosetta Stone was a book called Secrets 6f Cold WarTechnology: Project HAARP and Beyond,written by Gerry Vassilatos in 1996 and currently available through Adventures Unlimited Press (Figure 14). In Chapter 1, titled “Nikola Tesla and Radiant Energy,” Vassilatos recounts those heady days back around 1890, when Nikola Tesla is developing the experiments which led to the invention of his magnifying transmitter. It is an astonishing work, and I highly recommend that you acquire and read the entire publication. However, for the purposes of this book, the following excerpted sections from Chapter I will reveal not only a fascinating story of discovery, but, more importantly, will provide the foundation for full comprehension of Tesla’s amazing magnifying transmitter and, subsequently, its connection to Edwin Gray’s “cold electricity” circuit
    Wakes occur whenever something is traveling through a medium faster than the waves it creates — in the duck’s case water waves, in the plane’s case shock waves, otherwise known as sonic booms. Wakes can exist wherever there are waves, even if those waves are light. While nothing travels faster than the speed of light in a vacuum, light isn’t always in a vacuum. It is possible for something to move faster than the phase velocity of light in a medium or material and generate a wake. The most famous example of this is Cherenkov radiation, wakes produced as electrical charges travel through liquids faster than the phase velocity of light, emitting a glowing blue wake. Harvard researchers have created similar wakes of light-like waves moving on a metallic surface, called surface plasmons, and demonstrated that they can be controlled and steered. The discovery, published today in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, was made in the lab of Federico Capasso, the Robert L. Wallace Professor of Applied Physics and Vinton Hayes Senior Research Fellow in Electrical Engineering at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS). The creation and control of surface plasmon wakes could lead to new types of plasmonic couplers an amplification of energy postualted by Telsa and Edwin gray sparking. The metamaterial, a nanostructure of rotated slits etched into a gold film, changes the phase of the surface plasmons generated at each slit relative to each other, increasing the velocity of the running wave. The nanostructure also acts like the boat’s rudder, allowing the wakes to be steered by controlling the speed of the running wave.
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    This work could represent a new tes tbed for wake physics across a variety of disciplines. “This research addresses a particularly elegant and innovative problem in physics which connects different physical phenomena, from water wakes to sonic booms, and Cherenkov radiation,”contributing new technology for converting radio wave energy into infra ulra wave regions to produce electricity.
    Paper presented by Sir.John Pendry Imperial research ,Fredric Capallo capasso@seas.harvard.edu a Robert L. Wallace Professor of Applied Physics and Vinton Hayes Senior Research Fellow in Electrical Engineering and Sankaravelayudhan Nandakumar on behalf of Hubble and Royal astronomical society London
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    1. Naval Research Laboratory. “Scientists discover novel metamaterial properties within hexagonal boron nitride.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 20 November 2014. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/11/141120113243.htm
    2. S. Dai, Q. Ma, M. K. Liu, T. Andersen, Z. Fei, M. D. Goldflam, M. Wagner, K. Watanabe, T. Taniguchi, M. Thiemens, F. Keilmann, G. C. A. M. Janssen, S-E. Zhu, P. Jarillo-Herrero, M. M. Fogler, D. N. Basov. Graphene on hexagonal boron nitride as a tunable hyperbolic metamaterial. Nature Nanotechnology, 2015; DOI: 10.1038/nnano.2015.131
    3. University of California – San Diego. “Crystals ripple in response to light: First propagating surface phonon polaritons in a van der Waals crystal.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 6 March 2014. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/03/140306142755.htm
    4. Lin, J., Dellinger, J., Genevet, P., Cluzel, B., de Fornel, F. & Capasso, F. Cosine-Gauss plasmon beam: A localized long-range nondiffracting surface wave. Physical Review Letters, 2012
    5. Sanming Hu, Yong-Zhong Xiong, Bo Zhang, Lei Wang, Teck-Guan Lim, Minkyu Je, Mohammad Madihian. A SiGe BiCMOS Transmitter/Receiver Chipset With On-Chip SIW Antennas for Terahertz Applications. IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 2012; 47 (11): 2654 DOI: 10.1109/JSSC.2012.2211658
    6. Pendry JB, 2014, Controlling Light on the Nanoscale, PROGRESS IN ELECTROMAGNETICS RESEARCH-PIER, Vol: 147, Pages: 117-126, ISSN: 1559-8985
    7. Oulton RF, Pendry JB, 2013, NEGATIVE REFRACTION Imaging through the looking-glass, NATURE PHYSICS, Vol: 9, Pages: 323-324, ISSN: 1745-2473
    8. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). “First observation of spin Hall effect in a quantum gas is step toward ‘atomtronics’.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 5 June 2013. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/06/130605133604.htm
    9. Citation:Electric dipole collision to deal with electric monopole stars well as switch over to Magnetic monopole star. This gives further information on an amplification in between to initiate a fast travel of light for a long range energy transfer by fan frequency – 00322093 feedback@nature.com
    10. M. C. Beeler, R. A. Williams, K. Jiménez-García, L. J. LeBlanc, A. R. Perry, I. B. Spielman. The s

  3. Citation:Chameleon pulsar that change from magnetic to nonmagnetic as a function of Seebeck carrier electron carrier temperature capacitor align in one direction maketh it magnetic by the carrier electrons as hot spots of electricfield generated
    citation:Carrier electron capacitor generated due to Seebeck carrier electrons carrier field-reg – 00309870
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    Citation:Chameleon pulsar that change from magnetic to nonmagnetic as a function of Seebeck carrier electron carrier temperature capacitor align in one direction maketh it magnetic by the carrier electrons as hot spots of electricfield generated.
    Some pulsars produce radiation across the entire electromagnetic spectrum, including at X-ray and radio wavelengths. Despite being discovered more than 45 years ago the exact mechanism by which pulsars shine is still unknown. It has been known for some time that some radio-emitting pulsars flip their behaviour between two (or even more) states, changing the pattern and intensity of their radio pulses. The moment of flip is both unpredictable and sudden. It is also known from satellite-borne telescopes that a handful of radio pulsars can also be detected at X-ray frequencies. However, the X-ray signal is so weak that nothing is known of its variability.

    To find out if the X-rays could also flip the scientists studied a particular pulsar called PSR B0943+10, one of the first to be discovered. It has radio pulses which change in form and brightness every few hours with some of the changes happening within about a second. Commenting on the study’s findings the project leader Wim Hermsen says: “To our surprise we found that when the brightness of the radio emission halved, the X-ray emission brightened by a factor of two! Furthermore the intense X-rays have a very different character from those in the radio-bright state, since they seem to be thermal in origin and to pulse with the neutron star’s rotation period.”
    Our observations strongly suggest that a temporary “hotspot” appears close to the pulsar’s magnetic pole which switches on and off with the change of state. But why a pulsar should undergo such dramatic and unpredictable changes is completely unknown.”
    The research was led by Professor Wim Hermsen from The Netherlands Institute for Space Research and the University of Amsterdam and will appear in the journal Science on the 25th January 2012.
    A material’s magnetism is determined by a property all electrons possess: something called “spin.” Electrons can have an “up” or “down” spin, and a material is magnetic when most of its electrons possess the same spin. Individual spins are akin to tiny bar magnets, which have north and south poles.
    In the Japanese study, which also appears in the current issue of Science, a team led by researchers at Tohoku University added cobalt to titanium dioxide, a nonmagnetic semiconductor, to create a new material that, like a chameleon, can transform from a paramagnet (a nonmagnetic material) to a ferromagnet (a magnetic material) at room temperature.
    To achieve change, the researchers applied an electric voltage to the material, exposing the material to extra electrons. As Zutic and Cerne explain in their commentary, these additional electrons — called “carriers” — are mobile and convey information between fixed cobalt ions that causes the spins of the cobalt electrons to align in one direction.
    In an interview, Zutic calls the ability to switch a magnet “on” or “off” revolutionary. He explains the promise of magnet- or spin-based computing technology — called “spintronics” — by contrasting it with conventional electronics.
    The concept of nonmagnetic materials becoming magnetic as they heat up is counterintuitive. Scientists had long assumed that orderly, magnetic materials would lose their neat, spin alignments when heated — just as orderly, crystalline ice melts into disorderly water as temperatures rise. Because heating a material introduces additional carriers that can cause nearby electrons to adopt aligned spins, heating chameleon materials — up to a certain temperature — should actually cause them to become magnetic.
    Now a chemistry student at the University of Copenhagen has demonstrated that molecular magnets using the metals ruthenium and osmium retain their magnetic properties at higher temperatures. Most likely due to the larger spin-orbit coupling and more diffuse electron cloud present in these heavier elements. Some of his findings have recently been published in ChemistryBasically, the magnetism arises from the electron spin but also from the motion of the electron around the nucleus. The latter contribution, which is very large for ruthenium, osmium and other heavy elements, has been largely ignored by the scientific community but we have now shown, experimentally, that is a very pronounced effect. And this is utterly new and exciting, However, the intriguing result that electron motion plays a large role for the magnetic properties paves the way for new synthetic approaches to molecular nanomagnets with unprecedented high critical temperatures.
    Conclusion:/Chameleon pulsar that change from magnetic to nonmagnetic as a function of temperature align in one direction maketh it magnetic by the carrier electrons as hot spots of electricfield generated.The carrier electron generated act as operative switch between ferro and paramagnetic resonance calls for a revolutionary electron spin dynamics of Chamaeleon type due to carrier electrons as a function of temperature. May be a swing between high and low temperature calls for a new spin electron dynamics generating a Seebeck capacity generation in hot spots due to Seebeck effect.Cooper electron pair out of magneticfield may generate electricfield capacitor that may operate as Neutral phase in between.
    Sankaravelayudhan Nandakumar along with Prof.Wim Hersen of Universit of Natherland BASED ON Zutic and Cern research OF Tohuku University along with Ben Stapper of Astrophysics dn,University of Manchester. Thomas Müller and Professor Karl Unterrainer at TU Vienna. Devereaux led the study with Michael Sentef, who began the work as a postdoctoral researcher at SLAC and is now at the Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter in Germany.
    Sankaravelayudhan Nandakumar on behalf of Hubble Telescope Research and Simon Hooker’s research group Oxford university,Clarendon Lab
    Journal Reference:
    1. Kasper S. Pedersen, Magnus Schau-Magnussen, Jesper Bendix, Høgni Weihe, Andrei V. Palii, Sophia I. Klokishner, Serghei Ostrovsky, Oleg S. Reu, Hannu Mutka, Philip L. W. Tregenna-Piggott. Enhancing the Blocking Temperature in Single-Molecule Magnets by Incorporating 3d-5d Exchange Interactions. Chemistry – A European Journal, 2010; 16 (45): 13458 DOI: 10.1002/chem.201001259
    2.Zutic, J. Cerne. Chameleon Magnets. Science, 2011; 332 (6033): 1040 DOI: 10.1126/science.1205775
    3. University at Buffalo. “Chameleon magnets: Ability to switch magnets ‘on’ or ‘off’ could revolutionize computing.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 28 May 2011. .
    ben.stappers@manchester.ac.uk zigor@buffalo.edu
    ref:Cooper electron pair out of magneticfield may generate electricfield capacitor that may operate as Neutral phase in between – 00310229
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