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Edwin V. Gray Demonstration
Despite harassment by the authorities, lack of funding, and science ignorance, Edwin V. Gray, a self-educated inventor from Los Angeles, managed to develop a new and remarkable electromagnetic motor that would radically improves the world’s conditions.

Gray invented a low-cost motor that would deliver horsepower at a highly efficient way with far less wear and tear than any of the other present devices. His new innovation would get us closer to realizing new energy generation systems only known in science fiction.

It seemed that Gray, with his new invention, managed to get the answer for Detroit’s problems involving the practical use of electric powered engines to drive cars forward.

If such technology made it to the public in mass production, Gray’s name would be written in history with threads of gold, alongside the inventors who changed the course of history with their inventions, like Edison’s lamp, Marconi’s radio and Bell’s telephone.

Unfortunately, Gray struggled a lot developing and marketing his invention. It was all caused by a strange wave of resistance to changes and his threat to the economic status of auto and oil industries.

However, Gray didn’t give in to these hurdles. He went on with countless experiments and demonstration until he managed to prove that his project actually works. He succeeded in harnessing the energy of static charges to power his new motor, despite scientific assurance that it’s not even possible, proving all of them wrong in the end.

He then started to seek funding and financing for his project to enable him to develop his technology and make it more practical and within reach of the public. He was then a subject of yet another setback because of serious accusations of fraud which were charged against him by the Los Angeles D.A.’s office.

Edwin Gray's Capacitor Tube

On July 22nd, 1974, and out of nowhere, agents from Los Angeles District Attorney's Office busted into his shop and office and confiscated all the records and prototypes of his projects. Over the next 8 months, the DA tried to frame Gray by getting his stockholders to file charges but they all refused. Later on he was charged with “Grand Theft” but these charges eventually dropped. Furthermore, by March 1976 he was found guilty of two security violations and was fined, but was never given back his confiscated properties.

Edwin Gray was born and raised by a poor family in Washington, DC back in 1925, surrounded by 13 other children. No one ever thought he’d be the way he turned out to be.

In an early age, Gray was attracted to the new-coming field of electronics, and was fascinated by engines and motors and wondered what really makes them work.

Even at a young age, Gray began wondering about three main facts that always puzzled him; any capacitor can be used store electric charges with the ability of discharging them when needed, electric pluses can be sent and brought back, and the fact that lightning always seem to be stronger when the clouds are near to the ground.

These facts were carved on the back of his head by experiments and observations. Several times he got electrocuted when he touched a charged capacitor. He was also thrilled when he saw the government’s demonstration of a primitive radar system across the Potomac River.

He was also crazy about thunderstorms and used to gaze at them for hours on end. He then noticed that lightning always seemed stronger when it occurred closer to the earth in the dense atmosphere.

These three facts were later the core of his design of his EMS motor, of course with the addition of means of generating and mixing static electricity.page

Gray grew up and got married two times, as one of them ended up with divorce. For more than two decades, Gray had ideas of a new sort of engine. In time, his ideas gradually started taking shape as he moved to California where he had his own workshop and started seeking information from physicists and scientists in this field.

Gray started looking around for any sort of financing and funding to help him develop his technology. Over the course of several years he managed to win the trust of over 788 stockholders; friends and friends of friends, until at some point he was charged with fraud by the Los Angeles District Attorney.

Between 1957 and 1972, Gray managed to gather almost $2 million to help him realize his EMS motor. On that year he managed to construct his first working model.

One step closer, he still needed to raise even more money to help him with his new invention. He turned to almost every electronics and automotive firm he could set his eyes on, such as General Dynamics, Rockwell International, Ford and General Motors but all was in vain.

Gray managed to hire some of the top experts for EVGray Enterprises, Inc. to make good use of their expertise and knowledge in the development of his motor. That included Richard B. Hackenberger, an electronics engineer who had served Sony and Sylvania, as well as Fritz Lens, a master machinist from Volkswagen. Later in 1973, his EMS motor finally came to life.

In Gray’s demonstration in front of Tattler, he proved that he came up with a new form of powerful, yet cold electric current. He used an ordinary 6-volt car battery, connected to the core of his discovery, a series of capacitor and then connected them to two electric magnets through a switch. All the wiring connection was made using lead wires.

Under normal circumstances, that battery won’t last more than 30 minutes. Add to this, the magnets would be ridiculously hot due to the current serge through them. As Gray activated his circuit, he connected the battery to the capacitor network and the voltage reading was steadily increasing till it reached 3 kilovolts, only then he closed the circuit connecting the magnets, a loud pop was heard while the top magnet was flung a couple of feet up an then caught by Hackenberger and strangely it wasn’t even near hot!

He also noted that this massive power jolt only consumed 1% of the battery’s power while the remaining 99% returned back to battery itself.

He clamed later that they’ve been repeating the same experiment over and over for more than 18 using the same battery used in that demonstration. Such extremely low energy consumption means that this batter would have a very long life of operation.

He attributed this success to the ability of his capacitance network to “Split the positive”.

It was obvious back then that the current physics textbooks regarding electromagnetic needed to be rewritten. For the past few months, engineers were working on formulating that system, which very hard because it contradicts with almost everything known about electromagnetics back then.

The part of the demonstration that was really unbelievable was the fact that the magnets didn’t heat up, which is one of the major problems in all electric systems. Add to this, the usage of only the positive part of the energy. Gray also said that the full capabilities of this system would astonish everyone.

In plans to make his invention close to the public, Edwin V. Gray and Paul M. Lewis had plans to merge a fueless electromagnetic association (EMA) motor into an all plastic car called the "Fascination”. Such car should have made it to mass production as early as 1974. They called it “the car of the future”.

Unfortunately, this project didn’t come to life because of a series of harassments, forced him to stop working on his project.
On July 22nd, 1974, and out of nowhere, agents from Los Angeles District Attorney's Office busted into his shop and office and confiscated all the records and prototypes of his projects. Over the next 8 months, the DA tried to frame Gray by getting his stockholders to file charges but they all refused. Later on he was charged with “Grand Theft” but these charges eventually dropped. Furthermore, by March 1976 he was found guilty of two security violations and was fined, but was never given back his confiscated properties.

Due to this series of harassment, Grey lost one of his biggest financial sources when the Denver firm promised funding was cut, though a small fraction of it reached Gray. That small amount of money helped Gray to regain his footing and build a second prototype of his EMA motor.

Gray was very careful this time around when it comes to claims he’d make about his new engine, even in a discussion with skeptics.

But in time, more and more investors started coming to him to fund his work and he gained more respect for his work of development.

Dr. Norm Chalfin and Dr. Gene Wester of California Institute of Technology, who attended one of Gray’s demonstrations and later stated in public the innovation that Gray came up with, as it was unique motor that would revolutionize our lives.

They were astonished by it’s extremely low energy consumption and its cool temperature even when fully active and functioning. His system would actually use the electric power from the batteries in very small time intervals while the excess power is sent back to the battery to be used later on.

Risking his prestige and reputation, Dr. Chalfin actually wrote the text for Gray’s patent application, as it was beyond his capabilities as he was relatively uneducated.

He farther noted to Gray’s backers and stockholders that Gray was nominated for the patent lawyers of Southern California’s annual awards for his breakthrough in the fields of electric power and his discovery of a new form to generate electric energy.

Gray then had a bright future ahead of him, where his new motor would change the world as we know it. His invention would make us in no need for liquid fossil, and would lead us to have a clean planet with less fumes, and smog. He wanted to get his mew invention into production to prove that all he claimed about his motor was actually true.

As a result of previous attempts to suppress his work, Gray’s lawyers advised him not to make any claims about his new project. But, Tom Valentine, a reporter for Tattler, followed Gray’s work for over 4 years so far and attended several demonstrations. He was totally convinced that Gray started to master a phenomenon known as “ball lightning”.

It was obvious that Gray’s system can actually get more energy from the battery than it has stored in. Though it seems impossible, his explanation actually makes sense. He utilizes his capacitor network in a way to combine the stored charges in the capacitors with energy impulses generated from mixing static charges with direct currents.

Back then, scientists were all hesitating to accept Gray’s theory and technology, but hopefully, one day, he will manage to convince them that his claims are all true. He already proved he was right about the idea of utilizing capacitor discharges to run a motor.

His motor also manages to sustain a cool temperature as it runs. That, in turn, can solve huge problems of heat resistance for the industries; it’s cool because they managed to eliminate the friction between the rotor and its bearings. Thus, these parts have a better wear resistance than those in conventional electric or internal combustion engines.

If this invention makes it to the production lines, it would provide massive benefits to mankind. It would be capable of propelling all sorts of cars, trucks, planes, trains and even ships without the need of any of the conventional fuel used till now. It would be also able to power all American houses with all its appliances with minimal costs. It could even provide industrial engines with enough power for it to operate normally with no problems. Add to this, the clean aspects of his technology, which would make this planet clean, as it was before the industrial age.

Most of those how knew about Gray’s history would start to wonder, how did Edwin V. Gray, the uneducated man come up with such an ingenious technology which was thought to be impossible and nonsense to even think about it. Ironically, Dr. Norm Chalfin believes that his lack of education is actually the reason he managed to come up with such discovery. Simply, no one told Gray that it was impossible – as it was a common belief back then – so he acted accordingly. As a result, he managed to develop a remarkably and revolutionary breakthrough.

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