Relevant Patents

Patent 1: Howard Johnson's magnet motor patent 4,151,431. This patent describes a powerful motor which it claims can power an electrical generator.


Patent 2: Edwin Gray's electric motor patent 3,890,548. This 80 horsepower motor not only powers a vehicle but recharges a spare battery, making the vehicle effectively fuel-less in operation. Each of the three power tubes used with this engine can power lighting and heating instead of a motor if that is required.


Patent 3: Edwin Gray's electronic circuit patent 4,595,975. This patent shows the circuit which Edwin used to drive his 80 horsepower motor.



Patent 4: Teruo Kawai's Electric Motor patent 5,436,518. This patent claims that this motor outputs three times more power than is required to operate it.




Patent 5:Stan Meyer's water-splitter patent 4,936,961. This patent provides the details of how Stan was able to break water into hydrogen and oxygen gasses while using very little electrical power in a resonant circuit.



Patent 6: Stan Meyer's water-splitter patent application WO 92/07861. This shows the circuitry used by Stan to hold his water-splitter cell automatically on it's resonant point at all times.



Patent 7: Christopher Eccles' water-splitter patent 2,324,307. This details a cell which works on electrical pulses like Stan Meyer's but which has the electrodes outside the electrolysis cell.



Patent 8: Stan Meyer's car-conversion patent 4,389,981. This shows a method of using hydrogen/oxygen gas mix injected into a vehicle engine as fuel to replace fossil fuels.


Patent 9: Stan Meyer's water-injector spark-plug 1991 patent application 2,067,735. This shows a method of using water injected into a vehicle engine as fuel to replace fossil fuels.


Patent 10: Stan Meyer's gas-burner patent 4,421,474. This shows how Stan used hydrogen/oxygen gas mix in burners to provide heating.





Patent 11: Puharich's water-splitter patent 4,394,230. This shows how he splits water into hydrogen and oxtgen gasses using less power than is obtained by burning the gasses afterwards. It also covers his theories on how water can be split in an article written by him.



Patent 12: Shigeta Hasebe's high-efficiency electrolyser patent 4,105,528. This shows how to undertake electrolysis of water with at least 10 times the gas output of Farady's perceived maximum output. This simple cell should be able to double the actual measured outputs of the cell used to obtain the patent.



Patent 13: Charles Garrett's hydrogen-carburettor patent 2,006,676. Charles claimed that he could run a car directly on water alone using this method where the air is drawn up through the electrolyte in his cell.




Patent 14: Archie Blue's electrolysis bubbler patent 4,124,463. Archie's cell operates very much like that of Charles Garrett, where air is drawn up through the electrolyte to dislodge the gas bubbles which have been formed by the electrolysis process.




Patent 15: Stanley Meyer's patent application for methods of converting HHO gas into a fuel which can be used directly with unmodified car engines or burnt safely in furnaces.




Patent 16: Dan Davidson's Acoustic-Magnetic Power Generator patent 5,568,005. This device has no moving parts, and provides power to run other devices.



Patent 17: John Bedini's Motor/Generator patent 6,545,444. This device is not really a motor although it does have a rotating shaft. Its purpose is to capture excess energy which is used to charge additional batteries.



Patent 18: John Bedini's Permanent Magnet Motor/Generator patent 6,392,370. This device runs at very high efficiency and can power other pieces of equipment.



Patent 19: Ruggero Santilli's Underwater Arc Gas Generator patent 6,183,604. This patent shows a method of continuous hydrogen production through the use of a long-life electrode underwater arc system.



Patent 20: Stanley Meyer's patent on his water-splitting spark-plug device 5,149,407. This patent shows how Stan was able to run an engine through water injection directly into the engine cylinders and how the water was charged before injection.




Patent 21: Xogen's Water-Splitting Patent 6,126,794. This shows another version of Stan Meyers water-splitting cell, produced by his brother in law Stephen Chambers.




Patent 22: Juan Aguero's Hydrogen/Steam Patent Application EP0,405,919. This patent application describes a high efficiency method of converting water into hydrogen and oxygen gasses to be used a fuel for an engine.



Patent 23: Stephen Horvath's Hydrogen Car Patent 3,980,053. This patent shows a method for water electrolysis which it is claimed is able to power an engine. It shows the construction parts for adapting an existing car.


Patent 24: Charles Pogue’s first high mpg carburettor patent 1,938,497. This is the first of three patents from Charles, each of which describes a high-efficiency carburettor and explains how it operates.



Patent 25: Charles Pogue’s second high mpg carburettor patent 1,997,497. This is the second patent from Charles, showing how his previous design can be improved.


Patent 26: Charles Pogue’s third high mpg carburettor patent 2,026,798. This is the third patent from Charles, showing further improvements to his design. This carburettor has been tested and the tests results claim a performance under normal driving conditions resulting in more than 200 miles per US gallon.


Patent 27: Ivor Newberry’s high mpg carburettor/exhaust system patent 2,218,922. This is another design of carburettor which produces very high mileage results. There are more than 240 similar carburettor designs from different people, all claiming mpg figures in excess of 100 miles per gallon.


Patent 28: Robert Shelton’s high mpg carburettor patent 2,982,528. This is another carburettor design from the 240 claiming 100+ mpg figures.


Patent 29: Harold Schwartz’s high mpg carburettor patent 3,294,381. This is another carburettor design from the 240 claiming 100+ mpg figures.



Patent 30: Oliver Tucker’s high mpg carburettor patent 3,653,643. This is another carburettor design from the 240 claiming 100+ mpg figures.



Patent 31: Thomas Ogle’s high mpg carburettor patent 4,177,779. This is another carburettor design from the 240 claiming 100+ mpg figures.


Patent 32: Hermann Plauson’s atmospheric electricity patent 1,540,998. This shows how serious amounts of power can be taken from an aerial. This very long patent reads more like an instruction manual rather than a patent. Hermann describes a 100 kilowatt system as "small"!



Patent 33: Pavel Imris’s patent 3,781,601 for his Optical Electrostatic Generator which has an output more than nine times the input power and has no moving parts.


Patent 34: Jong-Sok An’s US patent 6,208,061 for a simple 'no-load' electrical generator which, unlike convential generators, has reduced input power requirements for increased generated current draw.


Patent 35: Roy Meyers’ GB patent 1913,01098 for device which achieves free electricity collection.



Patent 36:The Colman / Seddon-Gillespie GB patent 763,062 for a 1 KW power, 70-year life, lightweight battery replacement.




Patent 37:The Alberto Molina-Martinez US patent application 20020125774 for a self-powered Continuous Electricity Generator.



Patent 38: The Spiro Spiros patent WO 9528510 for an electrolyser which operates in over-unity mode. It also has the possibility of operating an internal combustion engine without needing any electrics at all. It is interesting to note that the Patent Office has granted Spiro a patent which clearly states, measures and documents over-unity operation.


Patent 39: The Michael Ognyanov patent application US 3,766,094 for a simple self-powered device which can drive an external load.


Patent 40: The Correa patent application for devices which can convert Tesla longitudinal waves into ordinary electricity.


Patent 41: The Correa patent for a device which produces greater electrical output than its own electrical input.



Patent 42: US patent 4,041,465 for a very high voltage solar cell / solid-state memory, etc. from Philip Brody.



Patent 43: The Aspden/Adams Motor-Generator patent for a device which has a power output greater than it's own power input.


Patent 44: The Joseph Newman patent for a device which has a power output greater than it's own power input.


Patent 45: The very large US patent 6,246,561 from Charles Flynn, demonstrating the doubling of magnetic flux in transformers, rotary drives, reciprocating and linear drives, plus two of his other patents.


Patent 46: The November 2005 US Patent Application 2005/0246059 A1 from Stephen Meyer, providing important information on the process of water-splitting.


Patent 47: A patent from Shigeaki Hayasaka showing an electrical generator which needs less than 20% of the input power of a standard generator.


Patent 48: A patent application from Larry Jamison showing a self-powered electrical generator which produces a substantial amount of excess electrical power.



Patent 49: A patent from Frank Fecera showing sixteen variations on his permanent magnet motor.




Patent 50: The Mead/Nachamkin patent for a device for converting Zero-Point Energy to electrical energy.



Patent 51: William Barbat's patent application for a self-powered electrical generator.



Patent 52: Tom Bearden's Motionless Electromagnetic Generator patent 6,362,718. This device has no moving parts, powers itself and provides power to run other devices.



Patent 53: The Carousel self-powered permanent magnet electrical generator.




Patent 54: The Reardon high-efficiency Lenz-less AC electrical generator.




Patent 55: The Spence self-powered, high-output electrical generator.




Patent 56: John Bedini's Patent Application for a battery pulse-charger which can also drive electric motors or power a heater.



Patent 57: Robert Alexander's Patent for a COP = 3 electric motor-generator.



Patent 58: An unusual patent application for a simple system which can sterilise food, purify water and decontaminate pollutants as well as produce hydrogen and oxygen separately.



Patent 59: A battery replacement which can power an electric car for hundreds of miles after a charging time of just minutes.



Patent 60: A simple permanent magnet motor design patent from Stephen Kundel.




Patent 61: An easy-build, very powerful permanent magnet motor design patent from Charles Flynn.



Patent 62: The Richard Willis 2009 patent application for a COP>>1 electrical generator with no moving parts.




Patent 63: The Henry Paine patent for converting HHO gas to an easily-used gas.





Patent 64: The PlasmaERG patent for a more advanced version of Josef Papp's inert gas motor.





Patent 65: A high-efficiency wind-powered (or water-powered) electrical power generator from William McDavid junior.




Tesla's Patents: All of the published patents of Nikola Tesla.