Revealed here in its entirety is a patent which, due to probable suppression by political, military and/or economic interests, you've never heard about. Granted to inventor Howard Johnson on April 24, 1979, the rights to which have expired since 1996, patent number 4,151,431. See there also patent number 5,402,021, also issued to Howard Johnson March 28, 1995 which continues to build upon the very same principals. These may, in fact, prove to be some of the most important documents in the history of mankind.
In short, it is a patent for a device capable of producing unlimited free energy with zero environmental impact. A device resembling an electric motor which produces work without electrical input, using only permanent magnets for motive force. What some might call perpetual motion. What the inventor believes is the harnessing of energy not thought possible by conventional science based on "incomplete information and theory with respect to the atomic motion occurring within a permanent magnet."
He then goes into a lengthy discussion of his theories, which may or may not be accurate, and I am not qualified to say one way or the other. The fact remains, however, that he DOES have a working model of the invention. What ever path he took, he arrived at the same place.
Featured in the now defunct publication Science and Mechanics magazine, Spring 1980 edition, it took five and a half years from the date of the original filing and many legal battles with the patent office to get it approved as they have a "policy" (due to so many fraudulent submissions) of not patenting any device which in any way resembles perpetual motion or over unity. Our assurance is that this is no hoax.
It is my firm belief that this patent was suppressed due to the inevitability that devices built and sold based on the principles described therein would force the total economic ruin of petroleum producing nations, the complete decentralization of power generation and totally eliminate the need for the consumption of fossil and nuclear fuels of any kind, for the production of energy of any kind, be it electrical, heat or motive force. Period.
Granted, it will likely result in global economic chaos and political shifts in power. It will, without a doubt, completely wipe out many industries. Especially the petroleum industry which will all but disappear forever. Never completely, though. We'll always have a need for plastics, lubricants and other petroleum products.
But given the benefits of zero or even positive environmental impact and the virtually eliminated financial burden on businesses and families for energy, who can deny that the benefits outweigh the negatives?
Just imagine never wanting for energy again. Imagine no coal fired power plants belching out black soot and pollutants to satisfy our gluttonous energy needs, but rather, electric generators in every basement. Imagine cars with NO exhaust and no engine noise that can't run out of gas and deliver more horsepower than most sports cars of today. Imagine no gas stations contaminating our ground water, no oil barges or derricks spilling crude. Imagine no power lines, no pipe lines, no wind turbines, no solar panel arrays, no hydroelectric dams cluttering up our landscapes.
Posted by Zach Royer | 11:21 AM Hawaiian Time | May 30th, 2011 - Happy Memorial Day 2011
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