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The Energy Machine of T. Henry Moray The Energy Machine of T. Henry Moray
by Moray King

Explains cold-current, free-energy devises with today's science. Using the 1920's inventions of T. Henry Moray as a starting pont, the book explores a wide range of popular science and frontier physics. Free-energy technology could solve today's energy crisis and cold-current physics will soon make any other technology obsolete!

#836 192 pages $15
The Energy Machine of T. Henry Moray Nuclear Transmutation: The Reality of Cold Fusion
By Tadahiko Mizuno

Hardcover autobiographical account of amazing experiments by an Assistant Processor of Nuclear Engineering. Good summary of worldwide cold fusion research and chronology.

Most helpful scientifically of all the books to date" Dr. George Miley

#813 150 pages $30
Nikola Tesla: his work Nikola Tesla: his work with AC and their Application to Wireless Telegraphy, Telephony and Transmission of Power
By Leland Anderson

Recently discovered transcript of a 3-day interview conducted in 1915. Using words and graphic illustrations, Tesla provides step-by-step description of his remarkable accomplishments in the area of radio frequency engineering. Tesla carefully traces his work from the first high frequency alternators with associated tuned RF circuits through the establishing of the Wardenclyffe Plant in Long Island.

Includes 61 photos and 42 illustrations.

"A veritable Rosetta Stone" as described by James Corum, prominent Tesla researcher and distinguished engineering scientist.

#123 240 pages $27
Newton vs. Einstein: How Matter Interacts with Matter Newton vs. Einstein: How Matter Interacts with Matter
by Dr. Peter Graneau & Dr. Neal Graneau

Without equations, this book tells the candid story of important physics theories, such as Inertia, gravity, Ampere's longitudinal forces, and the people responsible for the theories. Excellent reading for beginners and learned alike

#812 219 pages $15
Electrostatic Motors book Electrostatic Motors: Their History, Types and Principles of Operation
by Dr. Oleg Jefimenko

The best resource book on electrostatic motors. Includes building details, how to let the atmosphere supply the electricity to power them and much more. Profusely illustrated. Foreword by David Walker, who assisted Prof. Jefimenko for years and built many of the electrostatic motor models shown in the book.

#809 159 pages $20