Cook’s Perpetual Electrical Generator

Daniel McFarland Cook is one of the names in the world of Free Energy that pops up once in a while but for the most part, not many people are familiar with his work.

“Crazy Cook” as he was called invented many things including an evaporator that revolutionized the sugar industry.

One of his inventions with lofty claims that nobody has been able to replicate, yet, is his Perpetual Electric Generator, which is patented until the title Improvement in Induction Coils.

Download a copy of this patent here: US119825

The way the circuit is wired reminds of of Leedskalnin’s “Perpetual Motion Holder” and a basic search online shows that a few people have tinkered with Cook’s idea – will anyone ever figure out what he did if it ever worked to begin with? We don’t know anytime it is claimed that an electric circuit can be turned on and continue to power a load without more input, then it at least deserves a second look.

Cook was also obsessed with making a ship that he claimed would fly into the sky at high speed and without a normal power source.

Watch this video by Timothy McKee who is a columnist who posted this story in a local town’s paper where Cook is from.  Check out the full story: Mansfield’s D.M. Cook and his enduring energy