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In the 1920s, Thomas Henry Moray demonstrated a "radiant energy device" to many people who were unable to find a hidden power supply. Moray called his device a solid state detector or the Moray Valve consisting of a large antenna connected to a complex series of high voltage capacitors, transformers, and semiconductors. By supposedly stimulating the existing oscillations of radiant energy from space the device supposedly ran for several days producing 50 kilowatts of power. The demonstrations attracted newspapers and scientists from Bell Laboratories and from the Department of Agriculture but none could attest to how the device actually operated nor could evidence of fraud be found. The device was eventually destroyed by his assistant Felix Pridgt, whom apparently was angered that Moray would not sell his device to corporate interests. In the 1930s Moray developed advanced semiconductors and transistors.


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    Energy from the Vacuum series - Parts 1-9, now available, feature Tom Bearden as well as John Bedini, Walter Rosenthal, Deborah Chung, Howard Johnson, Peter Lindemann, Daniel Sheehan, Sparky Sweet, and T Henry Moray. "Even a tiny efficiency of tapping [space energy] could and will extract all the energy anyone could wish." (PESWiki; March 15, 2009)

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