http://www.geocities.com/warpcore91/ I think it was around March of 1991 that I watched a TV program on local access cable. I only caught the last minute or so of it. It showed a "cylindrical array" that an inventor charged with electricity and obtained thrust. I instantly became obsessed with it. How did it work? How was it built? Then I read something somewhere about electro-gravity and I knew that's what made it work. At the time I didn't know
anything about T. Townsend Brown and electro-gravity was totally new to me.
I scribbled in notebooks, doing thought experiments and thinking about all the possibilities that this technology held for Mankind. I realized that if you could use electricity to get gravity, then you could use gravity to get electricity. I read about Fizeau's Condenser and Franklin Plates and it hit me - the cylindrical array was a high voltage capacitor of sorts. Franklin and Fizeau both used tin foil, but it wasn't until later that I realized that aluminum foil would do. I unrolled a ballast capacitor from an ignition system and found aluminum foil and thin plastic dielectric.
At some point it occurred to me that the capacitor plates should be staggered and wedge shaped to make polarized gravity flow through a central, hollow core. Staggering the plates was the single most important idea I had. I made a few feeble attempts to build something that would work, but I didn't have the resources or knowledge of electricity to succeed. I bought a Brother AX-25 portable electronic typewriter because my frenzied handwriting was totally illegible. I tapped away at all hours of the night. I produced stacks of papers, mostly half-baked 'what ifs', photo copied them and impulsively snail mailed them to universities, science publications, amateur experimenters and anyone else who might possibly listen.
As I typed, I mailed. I frequently made it clear that it was theory and that I was planting seeds, hoping that others who knew about electricity and physics could figure out the exact configuration. Those pages didn't seem to make it onto the Internet, though. I knew I was on the right track but I was missing a piece of the puzzle. I wasn't sleeping well because of this obsession and many of my papers were a rambling mess. I was corresponding with several people, one of whom sent me a few very neat drawings that he made from the sloppy ruler and pen sketches I sent him. A man whose name I wonâ€™t mention out of respect for his privacy wrote me and we corresponded. I asked him to tell Gravitech about my ideas because they had the resources to make this thing work. In August of 1991 Hector Serrano from Gravitech called me up. He was very interested with my insights into electro gravity, especially the staggered plate idea.
I was already exhausted from not sleeping, but we talked for at least an hour or two until we were both talked out. We hammered out all the details of the very device he later patented. He came up with the idea of staggering both the dielectric and the plates, cut into separate wedges. I suggested Titanium Dioxide dielectrics but Serrano told me they were too exotic and hard to work with. He suggested Styrofoam. I didn't know that Styrofoam could be used as a dielectric or else I never would have wasted my time trying Plexiglass and epoxy resin in my own ill-fated experiments. I told him he couldn't use the words, "Electro-Gravity" because the scientific community would reject it and that he should call it "Field Propulsion" or something. We decided that a demonstration model didn't need to be very well made. Styrofoam and air dielectric would be good enough. I asked him to make sure that the world would get it and that no one person could own it and keep it from everyone else. "I can't guarantee that" he curtly replied. I felt as though I had just been kicked in the stomach. I asked him, â€œWell, will I get any credit for it?â€ He said, â€œI canâ€™t guarantee that, either.â€ I told him I had just handed him the most revolutionary propulsion system in history and he replied, "That's right." He had led me on and tricked me into telling him everything I had figured out about electro-gravitic propulsion. I was completely crestfallen and hung up the phone in despair. I stopped writing papers and letters. I watched my dream of making the world better swirl down the drain.
I thought that Gravitech was an important corporation. I found out fairly recently that Serranoâ€™s Provisional US Patent had expired years before and that he had gotten a cheap Australian Patent. If he canâ€™t afford $5000.00 to get a US Patent, what does that say about his corporation? A couple of years later I sustained a broken neck and became paralyzed. Years after that I got a computer to fill my time at the nursing home I live in. I happened across a website that had some of my old papers on it. Then I found Serrano's Patent and my blood boiled. My anger grew as I read "Field Propulsion" and "Revolutionary propulsion system." He had not only stolen my dream but my very words as well! Various Websites posted my drawings and derivatives of my drawings and I was frustrated that they used all of my crummiest work. I wondered why so many people were sticking with my waxed paper dielectric idea instead of using their own initiative and trying different designs and materials. My original intent in 1991 was to START people experimenting with their OWN innovations and using their OWN inspiration. I provided the basic theory and rudimentary design and tried to point people in the right direction. Their OWN direction. I was shocked by the lack of original ideas. So I redesigned my invention. I used the old Staggered ring idea, but instead of waxed paper I suggested thicker, better dielectrics.
I mailed off as good a drawing as I could to the US Patent Office with a Money Order for $80.00 and got a Provisional Patent. Then I published it on the Internet and got a few thousand visits before the Provisional Patent expired. Now it's public domain. I don't own it, nor does anybody else. I just wish people would use their OWN imaginations and build better ones than what Serrano and I came up with in 1991. And STOP with the waxed paper! Stagger the dielectric/plate elements, use a strong dielectric under the plates with a weaker dielectric "filler" to carry the warp slip stream or whatever YOU want to call it. Invent your OWN designs, shapes and construction methods. You already have the compass, now you need to navigate your OWN course. I have the knowledge to experiment, but my body is broken. Please make this dream come true and give it to the world instead of to your own bank account. I take complete responsibility for what I've written here. If Mr. Serrano wants to hire a cheap Australian lawyer to sue me, he can. I'm disabled and live in a nursing home. Maybe he'll get my TV. He already stole my invention.
6:34 PM 11/25/2006