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Thomas Henry Moray (August 28, 1892 - May, 1974) was an inventor from Salt Lake City, Utah.

Biography

Moray graduated from The Latter Day Saint's Business College. Moray studied electrical engineering through an international correspondence school course. He received a PhD in electrical engineering from the University of Uppsala. At the turn of the century, Moray developed a reported inexhaustible environmental energy source (by means of PowerPedia:Radiant Energy).

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 (known as the "Moray Valve") along with 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.

Moray refused to sell his technology to corporate interests, fearing its misuse. Moray reported that he and his family had been threatened and shot at on several occasions and his lab ransacked to stop his research and public demonstrations. Moray, as PowerPedia:Nikola Tesla before him, was unsuccessful in introducing his devices working on this principle. Some report that his secret was forgotten. Moray tried for several patents to no avail. Today T. Henry Moray's sons John and Richard have continued research to rediscover their father's inventions.

Moray Valve

The Moray Valve, housed in the Moray Radiant Energy device, was a device created by Thomas Henry Moray, patent filed July 13, 1931. It consisted of a mixture of triboluminescent zinc, a semiconductor material, and a radioactive or fissile material formed in a rounded pellet inside a tube. Energy was produced by capturing Directory:Zero Point Energy and converting it into electricity. The device was able to produce up to 50,000 watt]]s for sustained periods of time in tests witnessed with signed statements by physicists, electrical engineers, and scientists.

History

The Moray Valve was produced as a result of experimenting by Thomas Henry Moray in the 1920s and 1930s. Upon its invention, Moray filed for a Patent, but the patent was refused. The U.S. Patent Office refused to grant Moray a patent because his device used a cold cathode in the tubes (contrary to scientific understanding of the day) and he failed to identify the source of the energy. Moray showed the device to electrical engineering professors, congressmen, dignitaries, and many guests. Reportedly, none were able to prove the device to be a hoax. This device has not be successfully reproduced since its destruction by an observer wielding a hammer in 1939. Thomas Henry Moray's son John Moray has been pursuing his father's technology in hopes of further development.

Energy Production

Components essential to the energy production were a special antenna, the valve itself, and some form of load. Antennas were made out of different types of highly conductive metals in a balanced and precise manner. The valve was essentially a specialized diode. When the machine was tuned to the resonance of zero point energy in the area, energy flowed through the antenna and to the valve. Instead of allowing this extremely high energy to dissipate, the valve trapped the energy feeding the load. At that point matter in the vicinity was out of equilibrium with the zero point energy not returning, thereby an energy vacuum was created. In order to restore equilibrium, energy would flow toward the vacuum and in the process creating a greater capacity for the valve to "pump" electricity.

Publication

Moray, T. Henry, "Radiant Energy."

Moray, T. Henry, "Beyond the Light Rays."

Moray, T. Henry, "Radiant Energy for Beyond the Light Rays Lies The Secret of the Universe, The Evolution of Energy and Matter."

Moray, T. Henry, "Radiant Energy for Beyond the Light Rays Lies The Secret of the Universe, The Evolution and the Transmutation of the Atom."

Moray, T. Henry, "The Sea of Energy in Which The Earth Floats, For Beyond the Light Rays Lies the Secret of The Universe." 4TH EDITION

Moray, T. Henry, "The Sea of Energy in Which The Earth Floats, For Beyond the Light Rays Lies the Secret of The Universe." 5TH EDITION

Patents

Moray, T. Henry, "US2460707." USPTO Freepatentsonline PDF patent

Moray, T. Henry, "US2460707." Thomas Henry Moray életm?ve. Pepe. (Hungarian -- GIF format)

Related articles

Moray, T. Henry, "Direct Energy Conversion from Radioactive Materials Proposal to Air Force Systems Command August 7, 1968 T. Henry Moray, D. SC Stan Taylor, Ph. D."

Compiled by researcher Bruce A. Perreault from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah public records archive "Moray Valve Manuscript"

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External links and references

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"On Thomas Moray". Twelve Star Publishing.

Burridge, Gaston, "The Life and Work of T. Henry Moray".

Author unknown, "Radiant Energy - Experiments & Theory : The work of Thomas Moray".

Pepe, "Thomas Henry Moray életm?ve" (Hungarian -- original text)

There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1], Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation.

Thomas Henry Moray, "The Sea of Energy". Rex Research. [From the original "The Sea of Energy in Which the Earth Floats"]

Free Energy Research Archive, "Thomas H. Moray".

Gerry Vassilatos, "Lost Science - Chapter 6 - Endless Light" - ISBN 0-932813-75-5 © 1999

See also

Directory:Thomas Henry Moray

Directory:Bruce Perreault, Electrical Power can be obtained from the ambient ions of earth's atmosphere!

Directory:Radiant Energy

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