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Dr. Thomas F. Valone
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  • Electrokinetics as a Propellantless Propulsion Source (2012) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Thomas F. Valone   read the paper:

    This is a review of the worthwhile, innovative theories and concepts in electrogravitics and electrokinetics that could yield tremendous technological and economic dividends in both investment dollars and potential applications for future generations. Electrogravitics is most commonly associated with the 1918 work by Professor Nipher followed by the 1928 British patent #300,311 of T. Townsend Brown, the 1952 Special Inquiry File #24-185 of the Office of Naval Research into the ?Electro-Gravity Device of Townsend Brown? and two widely circulated 1956 Aviation Studies Ltd. Reports on ?Electrogravitics Systems? and ?The Gravitics Situation.? By definition, electrogravitics historically has had a purported relationship to gravity or the object's mass, as well as the applied voltage. An analysis of the 90-year old science of electrogravitics (or electrogravity) necessarily includes an analysis of electrokinetics. Electrokinetics, on the other hand, is more commonly associated with many patents of T. Townsend Brown as well as Agnew Bahnson, starting with the 1960 US patent #2,949,550 entitled, ?Electrokinetic Apparatus.? Electrokinetics, which often involves a capacitor and dielectric, has virtually no relationship that can be connected with mass or gravity. The Army Research Lab has recently issued a report on electrokinetics, analyzing the force on an asymmetric capacitor, while NASA has received three patents on the same design topic. To successfully describe and predict the purported motion in the direction of the positive terminal of the capacitor, it is desirable to use the classical electrokinetic field and force equations for the specific geometry involved. This initial review also suggests directions for further confirming measurements. This paper also reviews the published electrokinetic experiments by the Army Research Lab by Bahder and Fazi, California State University at Fullerton work by Woodward and Mahood, Erwin Saxl, and others.


  • Quantum Vacuum Zero Point and Negative Energy: Theory and Applications (2011) [Updated 9 years ago]
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    The quantum vacuum with filled negative energy states presents an unlimited source of potential energy. The well known built-in voltage potential for some select semiconductor p-n junctions and various rectifying devices is proposed to be favorable for generating DC electricity at ?zero bias? (with no DC bias voltage applied) in the presence of Johnson noise or 1/f noise which originates from negative energy in the quantum vacuum (Koch, 1982). The 1982 Koch discovery that certain solid state devices exhibit measurable quantum noise has also recently been labeled a finding of dark energy in the lab (Beck, 2004). Tunnel diodes are a class of rectifiers that are qualified and some have been credited with conducting only because of quantum fluctuations. Microwave diodes are also good choices since many are designed for zero bias operation. A completely passive, unamplified zero bias diode converter/detector for millimeter (GHz) waves was developed by HRL Labs in 2006 under a DARPA contract, utilizing a Sb-based "backward tunnel diode" (BTD). It is reported to be a "true zero-bias diode". It was developed for a "field radiometer" to "collect thermally radiated power" (in other words, 'night vision'). The diode array mounting allows a feed from horn antenna, which functions as a passive concentrating amplifier. An important clue is the "noise equivalent power" of 1.1 pW per root hertz and the "noise equivalent temperature difference" of 10?K, which indicate sensitivity to Johnson noise (Lynch, et al., 2006). There also have been other inventions such as "single electron transistors" that also have "the highest signal to noise ratio" near zero bias. Furthermore, "ultrasensitive" devices that convert radio frequencies have been invented that operate at outer space temperatures (3 degrees above zero point: 3?K). These devices are tiny nanotech devices which are suitable for assembly in parallel circuits (such as a 2-D array) to possibly produce zero point energy (ZPE) direct current electricity with significant power density (Brenning et al., 2006). Photovoltaic p-n junction cells are also considered for possible higher frequency ZPE transduction. Diode arrays of self-assembled molecular rectifiers or preferably, nano-sized cylindrical diodes are shown to reasonably provide for rectification of electron fluctuations from thermal and non-thermal ZPE sources to create an alternative energy DC electrical generator in the picowatt per diode range.


  • Proposed Use of Zero Bias Diode Arrays as Thermal Electric Noise Rectifiers and Non-Thermal Energy Harvesters (2009) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    The well known built-in voltage potential for some select semiconductor p-n junctions and various rectifying devices is proposed to be favorable for generating DC electricity at ?zero bias? (with no DC bias voltage applied) in the presence of Johnson noise or 1/f noise which originates from the quantum vacuum (Koch et al., 1982). The 1982 Koch discovery that certain solid state devices exhibit measurable quantum noise has also recently been labeled a finding of dark energy in the lab (Beck and Mackey, 2004). Tunnel diodes are a class of rectifiers that are qualified and some have been credited with conducting only because of quantum fluctuations. Microwave diodes are also good choices since many are designed for zero bias operation. A completely passive, unamplified zero bias diode converter/detector for millimeter (GHz) waves was developed by HRL Labs in 2006 under a DARPA contract, utilizing a Sb-based "backward tunnel diode" (BTD). It is reported to be a "true zero-bias diode". It was developed for a "field radiometer" to "collect thermally radiated power" (in other words, 'night vision'). The diode array mounting allows a feed from horn antenna, which functions as a passive concentrating amplifier. An important clue is the "noise equivalent power" of 1.1 pW per root hertz and the "noise equivalent temperature difference" of 10?K, which indicate sensitivity to Johnson noise (Lynch, et al., 2006). There also have been other inventions such as "single electron transistors" that also have "the highest signal to noise ratio" near zero bias. Furthermore, "ultrasensitive" devices that convert radio frequencies have been invented that operate at outer space temperatures (3 degrees above zero point: 3?K). These devices are tiny nanotech devices which are suitable for assembly in parallel circuits (such as a 2-D array) to possibly produce zero point energy direct current electricity with significant power density (Brenning et al., 2006). Photovoltaic p-n junction cells are also considered for possible higher frequency ZPE transduction. Diode arrays of self-assembled molecular rectifiers or preferably, nano-sized cylindrical diodes are shown to reasonably provide for rectification of electron fluctuations from thermal and non-thermal ZPE sources to create an alternative energy DC electrical generator in the picowatt per diode range.


  • History and Physics of High Voltage Electromagnetic Medicine (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
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    Explore Publications is devoted to putting in front of the discriminating reader, quality reliable information from the cutting edge of Alternative and Holistic Medicine, Nutritional Therapies, Energy Medicine, Homeopathy and Physics. Explore Journal is published for the Medical Profession, Scientists, and other serious researchers who are interested in these areas. This site gives a glimpse into the journal?s contents on an ongoing basis.

  • What to Expect at the Conference (2002) [Updated 4 years ago]

  • Permanent Magnet Motors (2001) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    In the area of overunity generators, many inventors sooner or later become enthralled with permanent magnet motors. To utilize the total magnetic energy of a ferromagnet, the volume integral of H ? B for electricity generation, is the free energy inventor's fondest dream. There are some basic observations and rules that can be suggested to help discriminate between fruitless designs and promising ones. This presentation will go through some of the ideas about this area of research, showing several patented inventions, with commentary. The Linear Motor, Toroidal Motor, Switched Reluctance Motor, and Carousel Motor are some of the categories to be reviewed. A demonstration may be included after the talk.


  • Future Energy Technologies (2000) [Updated 4 years ago]
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    Technical journal for new energy technologies


  • Breakthroughs in ZPE and Remaining New Energy Problems (1999) [Updated 4 years ago]

    Technical journal for new energy technologies


  • Understanding Zero Point Energy (1999) [Updated 1 decade ago]

    For the first time in history, a lot of media attention is being paid to the sea of energy that pervades all of space. It just happens to be the biggest sea of energy that is known to exist and we're floating inside it. (Credit due to The Sea of Energy by T. Henry Moray for the idea.) Not only is is big but its energy is estimated to exceed nuclear energy densities, so even a small piece of it is worth its weight in gold. What is it? Many people are not sure what "zero point energy" (ZPE) is. Most agree that virtual particle fluctuation contributes to it and van der Waals forces don't explain everything. Does it offer a source of unlimited, free energy for homes, cars, and space travel? Depending on who we talk to, ZPE can do everything and ZPE can do nothing useful. How can the energy be converted to a usable form? What are the basic explanations of ZPE and the new discoveries, which have rocked the U.S. Patent Office. Physical Review Letters, Science, Scientific American, and the New York Times? Why is ZPE implicated in the latest confirmation of cosmological antigravity? Can the Casimir effect be a source of energy? This article is intended to give a review of the latest developments (as well as an introduction to the topic for those who are non-specialists).


  • The First Free Energy Documentary "Race to Zero Point" (1997) [Updated 4 years ago]
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    3 issues annually


  • Free Energy and Propulsion (1996) [Updated 4 years ago]

  • T. T. Brown's Electrogravitics (1995) [Updated 4 years ago]

    ?Electrogravitics,? sometimes called ?gravitoelectrics,? is the science of using high-voltage electricity to provide propulsive force to aircraft or spacecraft of certain geometries. Its discovery is credited to Thomas Townsend Brown, a physicist who learned the secret of the technology from his professor, Dr. Paul Biefeld. (There are indications that Nipher's experiments from 1918 predated
    Biefeld/Brown.) Unknown to many non-conventional propulsion experts, T. Townsend Brown's electrogravitics work after the war involved a classified multinational project. American companies such as Douglas, Glenn Martin, General Electric, Bell, Convair, Lear and Sperry-Rand participated in the research effort. Britain, France, Sweden, Canada and Germany also had concurrent projects from 1954 through 1956.

    The article summarizes the recently declassified 1956 military document, ?Electrogravitics Systems,? written by the Gravity Research Group of London (Special Weapons Study Unit), which has been reprinted in a paperback of the same name. We will review the theory for electrogravitics, research highlights, required dielectrics, power range (kVA), and counterbary and baricentric control. The purpose is to show that T. T. Brown's discovery was a vital, new addition to the aviation industry that became an integral part of the B-2 stealth bomber.


  • The Real Story of the N-Machine (1994) [Updated 1 decade ago]

  • Tesla Technology Research Results (1992) [Updated 1 decade ago]

  • Nonconventional Energy and Propulsion Methods (1990) [Updated 4 years ago]

  • Tesla, Faraday and Searl (1987) [Updated 1 decade ago]