Al Francoeur has been involved with energy technologies since the 1980’s and is the inventor of several interference generators that operate with reduced back emf.
He is the owner of several E.V. Gray Motors that were later converted to run conventionally. There are some clues in these motors and an original power supply, which appears to have never been tampered with. Al has found a few clues as to the original operating method and will be sharing his perspective on these aspects of the Ed Gray Motor technology at the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference.
Mark McKay is a researcher that has traveled the country visiting Ed Gray’s family, friends, engineers, etc. and has revealed his historical findings in these presentations: http://evgrayrevealed.com/
Al’s presentation will be a perfect companion to Mark’s presentations and will be released after the upcoming conference.
From Nanobubbles to Ball Lightning by Moray B. King – In an internal combustion engine the big anomalous energy manifests from microscopic ball lightning – not hydrogen combustion. This presentation shows many resources and academic paper references that are involved with the latest research in this field. You will also learn how you may be able to make your own nanobubbles using various methods of cavitation to create what just may be microscopic ball lightning in your engine. Release date – August 18, 2016. Learn more: From Nanobubbles to Ball Lightning
Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems by Eric Dollard – This is the sequel to The Extraluminal Transmission Systems of Tesla and Alexanderson. This is the deepest Eric Dollard has ever gone to develop the theoretical basis for longitudinal propagation, which is not subject to the inverse square law. There is also no velocity to its propagation and therefore no association to light speed. If you ever saw the classic Borderland videos on Tesla’s Longitudinal Waves, this presents diagrams, math and more information that you can ever hope for if you want to experiment with the analog Longitudinal networks on your own! Release date – August 15, 2016. Learn more: Electrical Transmission in Multiple Coordinate Systems
Sharing the Breakthrough Energy Message by Ken Rochon – How do you get the word out about a very important message to a lot of people? You create viral message campaigns using social media. Ken Rochon of The Umbrella Syndicate is able to capture the spirit of an event using his unique style of promotional photography, is an author of 15 books and has a humanitarian approach when working with organizations all around the United States. Release date – August 11, 2016. Watch this video FREE on YouTube below as well as 2 slideshows from the conference.
Bedini SG – Beyond the Advanced Handbook by Peter Lindemann – This is the first time John Bedini’s 1984 Kromrey Generator has been publicly demonstrated ever and the meters showed that the output was 200% compared to the input. And, the primary KEY piece of information to make it was has been fully disclosed! The Bedini SG that was demonstrated had a self-rotating battery system based on Bedini’s Splitting the Positive diagram and it recycled virtually all of the energy is used to run the energizer back through batteries to charge them up. The amp hours of running time that this energizer demonstrated was way more than the battery capacity can account for. A diode method was also shown that elicited way more radiant energy than the circuit and batteries could even handle, which teaches you that generating the radiant is not the issue because it has always been in the machine from the beginning – the real issue is how to safely capture it! The bottom line is that this presentation demonstrates that what was taught in the Advanced Bedini SG Handbook book is true. Release date – August 9, 2016. Learn more: Bedini SG – Beyond the Advanced Handbook
Magnetic Implosion Transformer by Graham Gunderson –This presentation shows a solid state transformer invented by Graham that measured out at 570% more output than the input he had to pay for at a live demonstration. He can even dial the input down so the input goes negative, which means the COP (coefficient of performance) is infinite (ratio between intended work compared to input we paid for. These measurements were validated by multiple methods that all corroborated with each other. Release date – August 3, 2016. Learn more: Magnetic Implosion Transformer
Fundamentals of the Transforming Generator by Jim Murray – This astounding machine demonstrates many principles that are not understood by conventional science. It rotates but creates a square wave output, with positive feedback – it speeds up to self-destruct speeds, which you normally only see in science fiction movies but this is the real thing, it can light mercury vapor lamps at 200-300% more lumens per watt among other mind-bending feats! For the first time ever, Jim Murray discloses the inner workings of this machine to the public and even describes how someone can replicate it by modifying an off the shelf motor. Release date – August 1, 2016. Learn more: Fundamentals of the Transforming Generator
Panel Discussion at the 2016 Energy Science & Technology Conference – This starts with some announcements from the vendors who had tables at the conference and then we celebrated Tesla’s 160th Birthday by playing the trailer to a very important documentary called Teslafy. The director of the documentary Janja Glogovac was there to share a bit about her work. The panel discussion was moderated by Aaron Murakami and included contributions by Peter Lindemann, Paul Babcock, Moray B. King, Graham Gunderson, Professor Robert Haralick, Jim Murray, Mike Waters and Eric P. Dollard. Watch it free right below, give it a LIKE and please share it with all your friends!
This is a panel discussion of 7 speakers at the 2015 Energy Science & Technology Conference. Speakers in this video, which is moderated by Jeane Manning, author of Breakthrough Power include (from left to right): Eric Dollard, Al Throckmorton, Graham Gunderson, Jeane Manning, Aaron Murakami, Jim Murray, Paul Babcock, William Lyne, Douglas Lindstrom.