Brief History

Invented in the period 1967-1969 by Mr Robert Adams of New Zealand, for a variety of reasons the technology did not win immediate acceptance, not least of which was that the New Zealand government and the Lucas corporation, for various reasons, allegedly directly suppressed it, followed by a typically botched and incompetent CIA assassination attempt. That this direct suppression could happen during a period of global economic crisis triggered by the 1970s oil shock, is simply astonishing, and with hindsight, outright scandalous. As for the academics, they ignored it, and simply told Mr Adams free energy was impossible and 'against all the laws of physics'. Academics like to put theory before experiment - it is their way. Frustrated in 1992 Mr Adams published his technology in Nexus Magazine, putting for the very first time, a working free energy device into the public domain. However, sadly, the continued lack of interest in free energy solutions from the general public, government, big business, scientific community, and environmental organizations alike, means the motor has still not been commercialized. Subsequent to the 1992 original Nexus article, an Englishman called Mr Harold Aspden helped draw up what became GB Patent 282 708, a document which like the original Nexus article, is certainly not without its flaws, due primarily to the lack of experimental experience of the author. For example, Mr Aspden was apparently unaware the motor runs off time reversed negative current, something anyone with a working unit knows full well. Nonetheless, the patent remains an important landmark in Adams motor research, because of the more recognizably modern and scientific terminology Mr Aspden used to describe the motor, and as a consequence, is given in the appendix to this document.

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