E. V. Gray Analysis and Dirac Quasiparticles
Date: Sunday, May 06, 2007 @ 22:07:00 GMT
Topic: Science


William Alek writes: Hello All,

I've been carefully researching the E.V. Gray US Patent 4,595,975 and the material provided by Mark McKay on alfenergy eGroup: http://www.intalek.com/Index/Projects/EVGrayAnalysis/EVGrayAnalysis.htm

I highlighted what I think are the important details in Gray's patent.

Based upon my latest research, I think everyone missed the "critical component" that makes the E.V Gray device really work. Many people think it was his impulse motors, or spark gap, or some mysterious component not shown in any of his diagrams. Not so! His "critical component" is shown in plain sight.


Gray utilized what Tesla referred to as Radiant Energy, or what has been recently discovered called Dirac quasiparticles. In his patent (US 4,661,747), the subsystem, which was invented by Gray, creates these quasiparticles in a device he called an "electrical conversion switching element tube". From what I gathered about his patent, Gray acknowledges the increase in excess energy, but he himself isn't certain as to its origin. From his perspective, the proper combination of components within the "electrical conversion switching element tube" makes it work. So, what is this "critical component" that makes the Gray device produce excess energy? Well, according to my research and experimental evidence with Spark Gaps, the excess energy can only come from item 30 in his patent:

http://www.intalek.com/Index/Projects/EVGrayAnalysis/EVGrayPatent4595975-2.j pg

Gray refers to this component as a resistive device and later refers to it as a variable resistor. The electrical schematic on the Abstract page and Sheet 1 of 2 both show the component as a variable resistor. The diagram on Sheet 2 of 2 shows this "resistor element" (item 30) as a cylinder of material. He doesn't specifically mention what its made of, but some power resistors of the day used Carbon. A short "round" of Carbon Graphite would suffice in this case.

In early 2006, I conducted a series of experiments to prove to myself that excess energy was occurring in spark gaps using Carbon:

http://www.intalek.com/Index/Projects/SparkGapExp/SparkGapExp.htm http://www.intalek.com/Index/Projects/MultiSparkGap/MultiSparkGapExp.htm

I tested a variety of spark gaps some with Carbon and some without:

http://www.intalek.com/Index/Projects/EVGrayAnalysis/PerreaultEquivalence.jpg

I observed without the use of Carbon, the equivalent series resistance R > 0 ohms. The non-Carbon spark gap had POSITIVE resistance, as expected. However, using Carbon in the spark gap:

http://www.intalek.com/Index/Projects/EVGrayAnalysis/CarbonArcEquivalence.jpg

The equivalent series resistance R < 0 ohms. The effect showed NEGATIVE resistance! With the introduction of Carbon in the circuit, excess electrical electrical was being produced. Based upon some latest mainstream research using Carbon Graphene, the lattice nature of this material acted as a "mini" particle accelerator:

http://www.intalek.com/Index/News/PhysicsWeb%20-%20Electrons%20lose%20their%
20mass%20in%20carbon%20sheets.htm

Electrons under this configuration literally go "ballistic":

http://www.intalek.com/Index/News/PhysicsWeb%20-%20Carbon%20goes%20ballistic .htm

The nature of electron is changed into what is called a Dirac Quasiparticle. I strongly suspect this is what Nikola Tesla observed as Radiant Energy in his experiments, and also E. V. Gray observed in his experiments.

Radiant Energy <--> Dirac Quasipartles

Its a "game" of connecting the dots...

Bill

William S. Alek, INTALEK, INC.
Low Energy Nuclear Fusion, Antigravitational
and Temporal Transportation Technologies
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