Morays Radiant Energy Device

One of the remarkable examples of a successful C0P>1.0 system was the radiant energy system of Dr. T. Henry Moray of Salt Lake City, prior to World War II. Figure 5-1- shows Dr. Moray and his final 50 kW unit, powering an assembly of light bulbs {287}. The device weighed 55 pounds, used an antenna connected as a "signal input" from the ether, but needed no input of electrical energy by the operator in order to achieve its steady power output.

As shown in Figure 5-2 and Figure 5-3, the various Moray tubes were complex in structure. In addition to various grids, they usually contained (in quadrature) three or more amorphous semiconductor pellets pressed in large presses and sintered with locked-in stresses. One points out the presence of optical effects including phase conjugation, possible use of the built-in stress as a sort of self-pumping and mild self-amplification, possible iterative feedforward and feedback loops due to iterative phase conjugation, collecting of additional energy from the usually nondiverged

Heaviside component via the iterative reverberation of energy, and non-interfering fields in quadrature.

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Figure 5-1 T.Henry Moray's 50-kW unit.

The blown quartz tube envelope, in the dark of an enclosure, is open to the passage of infrared (heat) and ultraviolet, which spans a harmonic interval. This allows the passage of difference frequencies as sine waves without breakup, even in a nonlinear isotropic environment. Moray stated unequivocally that the tubes would not work unless the envelopes were made of blown quartz. The pellets (shielded from outside light) would nonetheless receive IR input from the ambient temperature, and probably triggered at least weak UV due to the radioactive decay continuously ongoing in the semiconductors. We point out that the UV band is roughly twice the frequency of the IR band, so the "difference frequency" is roughly the IR band itself. In short, it may be that "difference frequency" IR is thus processed in Moray tubes in much more sophisticated fashion than has previously been suspected, including in a self-amplifying (regenerative) manner.

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Figure 5-2 Diagram and some novel features of T. Henry Moray's special tube.

The pressed semiconductor pellets were placed in the tube in quadrature, in a sort of "point or junction contact" with each other.121 Each semiconductor contained a mix of triboluminescent zinc (a semiconductor material), a radioactive material (probably uranium dioxide), and another material of unknown composition, rumored — but not confirmed — to possibly have been diatomaceous earth which also has some unusual properties one may look up. There were some 29 amplifying tube stages in the device. A U.S. patent {288} was eventually granted on an electronic therapeutic unit containing Moray tubes, but the patent on the power system was never granted, although the application was kept current for some years by the Moray family. Eventually the power device patent application files disappeared from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Although its full technical details were never released, the Moray device is of interest because Moray demonstrated it many times to engineers and scientists, under rigorous measurement conditions, for years. These expert witnesses then signed affidavits to the results achieved by Moray in the

121 Indeed, the junctions of such sintered pellets are most interesting. Such a grainy junction can be compared to a host of very close point contact junctions, particularly with finely-ground powdered materials used in the pressing and sintering. In essence, Moray's junctions contained a great many "point contact transistors", and it is known that such transistors can behave (particularly under pressure!) as true negative resistors. This also appears to be one of Moray's secrets.

tests. Moray also discovered that he could produce an additional 50 kW of power simply by inserting an additional tap just prior to the formal output.

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Figure 5-3 A variety of Moray tubes showing their complexity.

Repeated assassination attempts were made against Dr. Moray. While driving his car on the streets of the city, on several occasions he was fired at from an alley or from the sidewalk, but he had bulletproofed the car because of continual threats and ambushes. He was also shot in his own lab in a physical struggle with one would-be assassin, but survived although seriously wounded. A Russian company tried to steal the device, and a Russian agent was planted in Moray's lab, gradually sending essentially all the technical details of the Moray device to Russia. That agent later destroyed the unit right in Moray's lab by suddenly smashing it with a hammer.

Moray's tubes were quite expensive and were painstakingly made by hand. He fabricated a number of tubes (as many as 30 or more) before he obtained one that "worked" and exhibited the self-amplifying effect. Over the years, he spent several hundred thousand dollars on the project, which is the equivalent of some twenty million dollars today. The 29 tubes in his final 50 kW unit were the result of years of labor and fabrication of several hundred rejected tubes to get the 29 that worked. Accordingly, once those 29 were destroyed, Moray was never again able to obtain sufficient financing to rebuild his unit.

However, Moray had demonstrated a special type of transistor years ahead of the first transistor patent. He had demonstrated the importance of multiple junctions in transistor materials. Optical and nuclear functioning of the tubes was also woven in with nonlinear oscillations, multiple feedforward and feedback loops, etc. The sophistication of the tubes and feeds alone almost certainly guaranteed chaotic self-oscillation. We suspect but cannot prove that the Casimir effect may also be involved in some of his conducting metallic double surfaces.12 He had demonstrated a remarkable "tube-with-internal-transistors" that produced energy output self-gain, without any operator input of energy. In addition, he had successfully used his special tube/transistor hybrids to produce a very successful COP>1.0 EM power system.

After Moray's death, his two sons John and Richard continued to try to rebuild the unit, but were never successful due to lack of sufficient funding and lack of a proper scientific team. They do know how to build the tubes, however, and they do know how to build the unit.

It appears that no electrodynamicist or physicist skilled in higher group symmetry electrodynamics ever examined the Moray device or worked with Moray. No particle physicist or electrodynamicist skilled in non-Abelian electrodynamics ever worked with the device. Since broken

122 The "grain" of the stressed semiconducting pellets may be important with respect to the Casimir effect versus the frequency. In short, Moray's contact surfaces between his semiconductors were "grainy" and these grains would have constituted Casimir surfaces. For the importance of the shape of the double surfaces, see M. Chaichian et al., "Quantum theories on noncommutative spaces with nontrivial topology: Aharonov-Bohm and Casimir effects," Nucl Phys B, Vol. 611, 2001, p. 383-402.

symmetry was not discovered and proven until 1957, no technical person who worked closely with the unit was ever aware of the various broken symmetries by which some of the virtual energy of the vacuum can be and is transformed into observable EM energy.

Certainly no one ever worked with it that understood the peculiar action of the difference frequency in traveling linearly through an isotropic nonlinear medium. John Moray, who stalwartly carried on the Moray lab in Salt Lake City until a few years ago, does know how to build the tubes, and he knows the circuitry for the device. That he does not understand the "deep theory" is of no consequence — no one else does either. In the opinion of this author, a funded scientific team — carefully chosen and working with John Moray — could probably rebuild the Moray device. We would very much like to see a Moray unit in production and contributing to permanently solving the energy problems of the world. Sadly, that does not seem likely.

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  • Julia
    What semi conductor did Henry moray use?
    8 years ago
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    How to build moray. tube?
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