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sykavy
05-01-2007, 03:31 PM
Im about to start my adventure into the SG motor, but Im wondering why isn't anyone making E. V. Gray's motor?

From what Ive read form the book "Cold Electricity" and John Bedini's drawings of the thing it seems like it should be a done deal. Wouldnt it be good to get that off the ground instead of keep experimenting with new devices. (Im fasinated by all these other devices, dont get me wrong, but Id like some practice results with each new concept, as these technologies progress)

If some one can replicate just one EV Gray motor and prove that it works wouldnt that do more for free energy than a lot of stuff?

Have we just forgot about it cause it dont work?:confused:

(Aaron Im working on getting the parts for the SG now)

Peter Lindemann
05-02-2007, 10:43 PM
To all,

In the summer of 2001, it looked like a group of people was gathering to reconstruct the Ed Gray motors. So, what happened?

The answer is more the story of what did NOT happen. First of all, no one every funded the project. Within a year, Norm Wootan sold the two Ed Gray motors to Al Francoeur in Canada. Al has been slowly and painstakingly restoring the motor chassis and coil/core assemblies. He is paying for all of this out of his own pocket, so the work proceeds as funds are available. He is also starting to work on reconstructing the complex power supply units that drive the system. Since no exact circuit schematics have ever surfaced, the rebuilding of the power supply units will still require some R&D. Time frame for completion is unknown.

Beyond this, I do not have any other information.

I hope this helps,

Peter

sterlingpg
05-02-2007, 11:17 PM
With all my effort towards LOA through PATHS, books, Holosync, now TRV...when the arrival of the $$$ into my 'present reality' comes, I'm going to not only do my own R&D of these free-energy devices, but I'm going to throw some money at anyone who is really getting somewhere with these devices...call me naive, but the time has come!

And, I'm not waiting for $$$ to come...I already consider myself involved in the changes on this planet...so its all coming along...

Cheers!

Stephen

nali2001
06-03-2007, 11:47 PM
If you are interested in Gray tech. You need to be at
alfenergy : Alternate Energy Technologies (http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/alfenergy/)
lost of real good people working there. And indeed Alan L. Francoeur is there. Good discussion about the lately surfaced Evgray video's there.

sykavy
06-05-2007, 02:10 PM
If you are interested in Gray tech. You need to be at
alfenergy : Alternate Energy Technologies (http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/alfenergy/)
lost of real good people working there. And indeed Alan L. Francoeur is there. Good discussion about the lately surfaced Evgray video's there.

thanks for the link. I find those yahoo groups very confusing in the way they are set-up. I like the way this site is set-up much better. Visual set-ups are important for me. Ive joined some of those groups and the emails come in on subjects hary-cary. It is kinda frustration.